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Council: ‘Let’s nip ‘bankruptcy idea’ in the bud’

The city estimates that under the old PSPRS tier, each new firefighter would cost Prescott about $3,900 more in the first year (as compared to the new tier), and about $122,000 to $124,000 more over a 25-year career.

Dec. 2015 file photo by Les Stukenberg/Daily Courier

The city estimates that under the old PSPRS tier, each new firefighter would cost Prescott about $3,900 more in the first year (as compared to the new tier), and about $122,000 to $124,000 more over a 25-year career.