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Fla. dept. may receive new pumper truck

City officials must approve the purchase first


By Roxanne Brown
The Daily Commercial 

CLERMONT, Fla. — Clermont may soon be getting a new fire truck to replace an aged one in Station 2 that will continue to serve as a backup.

According to the description of the vehicle, as prepared by Fire Chief Carle Bishop, the fire truck is a 2012 E-One HP 78E Max Aerial that is on hold with Halmark Fire Apparatus Corporation for $583,000.

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