Orono (ME) Seeks $675K for New Fire Engine

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The Orono (ME) Fire Department will soon be requesting $675,000 for a new fire engine better suited for the needs, according to a report published by Fox22 WFVX.

The television station reported the department has two trucks now that just don’t fit the needs of the community. The second line engine has required a lot of repairs lately that have been costly, the station reported.

Funding for the new apparatus will be paid over five years, the TV station reported.

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