Liverpool Township (OH) Volunteer Fire Departments Each Getting a Pierce Pumper

Liverpool Township (OH) trustees recently agreed to acquire a new pumper for both of its volunteer fire departments, reports ReviewOnline.com.

Trustees accepted a 15-year lease-purchase agreement from Freedom Financial of Yorktown, Va., for $684,360 to purchase two Freightliner Pierce pumpers from Atlantic Emergency Solutions, which noted that a standard fire truck can cost up to $1 million depending on options. The financing locks the township into a 3.19% interest rate and annual payments of $58,117.20.

Officials haven’t decided what to do with their old trucks.

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