Manor (PA) Sets Aside Funds for Fire Apparatus

Manor Council has pledged to reserve $22,400 in its capital-expense fund next year to possibly help the Manor Volunteer Fire Department buy a new fire engine.

Firefighters are considering buying a new engine that would cost about $400,000, said Councilman Brian Woy, who also serves as a department captain.

The department and council traditionally have split the payment on trucks, he said.

Woy said he wanted to make sure the $22,400 that was budgeted for a possible truck purchase this year will be set aside in the next year’s budget instead of returned to the general fund.

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