Wellsville (OH) Fire Department Receives Two New Apparatus

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The Wellsville (OH) Fire Department recently received a pair of apparatus—an E-One rescue pumper and a 75-foot ladder truck—ordered in November from Advantech Service, reports morningjournalnews.com.

The 2020 ladder cost $798,740 while the pumper was $225,000 and was paid for with some of the revenue generated by a fire levy that had been renewed to replace outdated equipment.

Wellsville will pay just more than $1 million over 15 years to lease the equipment at a 3.17% interest with annual payments. At the conclusion of the payoff, the village will own the apparatus.

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