Town votes no for used fire truck, OKs highway truck
Mass. town voters told the department to reconsider its need for a used fire truck
By Dick Lindsay
The Berkshire Eagle
TYRINGHAM, Mass. — Town Meeting has backed the purchase of a new highway truck, but put on hold buying a used fire truck.
The two capital expenses totaling $165,000 on Tuesday's annual town meeting warrant were the majority of the $202,000 increase in the town's budget for the fiscal year that starts July 1.
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