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A volunteer fire department is normally supported by donations or as a line item in the municipal budget, so their services are available to anyone, regardless of ability to pay. On the other hand, firefighting can be expensive, so cost-recovery mechanisms are becoming more common, even for a volunteer department that does not pay its members anything for their services.

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