Manchester (NJ) Approves Funding for Fire Apparatus

Manchester Township moved closer toward a plan to create a paid fire service through setting funds aside for a fire truck, reports Jersey Shore Online.

Plans are also made to agree to volunteer firefighters use of the fire truck, as needed.

Mayor Ken Palmer and the council reported on a recent meeting of volunteer fire service representatives and other municipal officials.

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