On Sunday, members of CCSR and the Brazil Township Trustee TJ Sneddon, along with township board members, signed off an agreement to provide services in the unincorporated sections of the township and the City of Brazil for 2011.
Sneddon received approval from the Brazil Township Board to contact CCSR about its services recently.
Payment to CCSR through the agreement will be budgeted in the Township Assistance Fund, according to the contract.
According to the contract, CCSR will "provide the residents of the Township located inside and outside the corporate boundaries of the City of Brazil, emergency services for purposes of preserving lives and property for the calendar year 2011."
For the services, the township will pay CCSR $3,000, which will be paid in installments. The first installment of $1,500 will be paid on or before July 1, with the final installment being paid on or before Dec. 31.
The agreement will run from March 15 through the end of the year.
According to the agreement, CCSR will provide Sneddon a record of all rescue and other emergency related services provided by the organization, including date, location and purpose of service.
The hope, according to the agreement, is to maintain the working relationship for the future.