Ontonagon (MI) Awarded $227,995 to Replace a Rescue Truck

The new apparatus will, presumably, be a newer model than this. Photo via Facebook.

The village of Ontonagon (MI) has been awarded a $227,995 grant to help replace a rescue truck, reports radioresultsnetwork.com.

In total, $2.7 million is being awarded to 16 municipalities statewide through the Financially Distressed Cities, Villages and Townships (FDCVT) Grant Program, the report says.

Municipalities can participate in the program if they’re experiencing probable financial stress, as defined in state law.

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