Grants used for 2 new fire trucks in Calif
Both of the apparatus being retired are more than 20 years old
By Mike Eiman
The Hanford Sentinel
HANFORD, Calif. — The Hanford Fire Department will soon have two brand new fire engines to retire its aging reserve vehicles, thanks to federal grant funds.
Hanford fire Chief Tim Ieronimo said $495,999 in Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds will be used to purchase a new fire engine for Fire Station 2.
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