Milton (GA) Fire-Rescue Is Getting a Quint

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With constant growth in the city and the reopening of Station 42, the Milton (GA) Fire-Rescue Department says it is in need of a quint, reports AJC.com.

At a recent meeting, the Milton City Council approved a $1,175,700 contract for the purchase of the quint. According to city documents, “for fleet consistency and functionality, the quint will be built by Pierce Mfg. and will be provided by Pierce’s sole southeastern distributor, Ten-8 Fire & Safety, LLC. The Pierce Ascendant will take approximately 12 months to build.”

The approved contract takes advantage of a pre-pay program, which will save the city approximately $40,000 and avoid a price increase of up to 10% in June due to the increase in cost for component parts.

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