aerial ladder truck

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a fire engine carrying ladders

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The 40-year-old aerial ladder truck, known as Scope 1, had been in and out of service with frequent repairs and no longer met safety standards.
A new Sutphen 100-foot aerial ladder truck was selected from the state's approved bid list.
Purchasing a new aerial ladder truck for the Fire Department is no easy task, nor does such a truck come cheaply.
A quint is an aerial ladder truck that also has a pump, but we only need the aerial device
DUDLEY - In less time than it took to set up extra chairs in the selectmen's meeting room, 111 town meeting voters Thursday unanimously approved borrowing $725,000 to buy a new aerial ladder truck for the Fire Department.
DUDLEY - Voters at a special town meeting Thursday will be asked to authorize the borrowing of $725,000 for the aerial ladder truck approved in November.
DUDLEY - Voters yesterday approved a $725,000 Proposition 2-1/2 debt exclusion to buy a new aerial ladder truck for the Fire Department and shot down a $500,000 override to fund municipal expenses.
Question 4 on the Dudley ballot also seeks voter approval to borrow and exclude $725,000 from the limits of Proposition 2-1/2 to replace the Fire Department's 32-year-old aerial ladder truck.
The fate of a $725,000 aerial ladder truck is now in the hands of Dudley voters, who will be asked to temporarily pay more taxes to buy it.
The man, whom police have not identified, crashed his vehicle into the aerial ladder truck and an outrigger truck, damaging both.
Fire Chief Paul Maynard said, "The Quint Ladder provides us the flexibility of an engine truck, with tanker capacity and a 75-foot aerial ladder truck all in one.
McGovern, D-Worcester, said the grant will fund equipment, including a new aerial ladder truck.
The town's aerial ladder truck is out of service, so a ladder from Grafton had to be called in.
In other business, voters transferred $10,000 from the treasury to buy equipment for an aerial ladder truck for the Fire Department; amended the zoning bylaws to change the name of the "Watershed Protection District" to "Limited Industrial District;" and accepted Pleasant Lane, Maple Way, Madera Court, and an alteration and extension of Sylvan Lane as public ways.
The Loop and Avalon Bay projects will also provide mitigation funding to hire six phased-in career firefighter positions based on building completion/occupancy accomplishments and partial funding to replace the current 1982 aerial ladder truck.
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