Menomonee Falls Firefighter's Union demands action, claims department is understaffed
MENOMONEE FALLS, Wis. (CBS 58) -- The Menomonee Falls Firefighter's Union claims village officials are allowing the community to go unprotected.
In a Facebook post, the union said fire trucks are still breaking down and that only two are in service.
They also claim the department remains understaffed.
Last week, the Village Board voted to open the door for a fire chief position. They stopped short of appointing someone.
The union wants the village to speed up their efforts. There's another board meeting next Monday.