Fluvanna County will meet with Louisa County administrators next Friday to reach a compromise on the mutual aid agreement.
The Louisa County Board of Supervisors voted to stop sending emergency response crews to Fluvanna earlier this month.
Fluvanna County Administrator Steven Nichols says the issue must be worked out because Fluvanna needs the support of surrounding counties.
"The fires programs folks from the state of Virginia are coming into our county to help us do a study and they are going to look at our fire and EMS services," Nichols said. "In that case, we've invited the administrator from Louisa County, Mr. Dube, and whoever he wants to bring down to that meeting with the fires programs folks."
Nichols says it's up to Louisa to pass a resolution to put the mutual aid agreement back in place.
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