Baltimore dept. receives FEMA grant
The $135,043 grant will be used to replace air packs and other equipment
By Eric Schaadt
NORTH BALTIMORE, Md. — After years of trying, the North Baltimore Fire Department has finally received a federal grant to replace some rescue equipment, Village Council was told Tuesday.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency awarded the department $135,043 to replace air packs and related equipment, according to Fire Chief Ted Francisco.
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