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Grant will help preserve Lodi Fire Department programs

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1 comment:

  • Darrell Baumbach posted at 8:42 am on Fri, Sep 23, 2011.

    Darrell Baumbach Posts: 9405

    This is a little confusing to me. I would think if two older fire trucks are in need of repair and maintenance (which is expensive), that $10,000 would not go very far. That there would be enough money left over that would result in prevention of valuable community programs that would have been closed otherwise, means that these programs cost very little to operate. I am curious why something that is so valuable yet cost so little would be considered for closure rather than find this small amount of money from other sources if this wonderful grant had not been received.

    Maybe it would be more appropriate to retire these expensive fire trucks and use the valuable donation for more vital tasks the fire department has. This would better help keep a top notch fire department in better financial strength so that valuable community services can be maintained for the safety of the community. Sounds like we are in danger of keeping Lodi safe as financial instability is obviously in play here.



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