Firefighters look at a potential new fire truck with a 109-foot smart aerial ladder at Station 42 in Atwater Thursday. (1-23-14) The Measure H Oversight Committee is looking at its first potential recommendation of how to spend the tax money -- a fire truck with a 109-foot smart aerial ladder. Cal Fire says the truck is needed because the city doesnâ™t have a tall enough ladder to put out fires in larger buildings.
Firefighters look at a potential new fire truck with a 109-foot smart aerial ladder at Station 42 in Atwater Thursday. (1-23-14) The Measure H Oversight Committee is looking at its first potential recommendation of how to spend the tax money -- a fire truck with a 109-foot smart aerial ladder. Cal Fire says the truck is needed because the city doesnâ™t have a tall enough ladder to put out fires in larger buildings. bahbeck@mercedsunstar.com
Firefighters look at a potential new fire truck with a 109-foot smart aerial ladder at Station 42 in Atwater Thursday. (1-23-14) The Measure H Oversight Committee is looking at its first potential recommendation of how to spend the tax money -- a fire truck with a 109-foot smart aerial ladder. Cal Fire says the truck is needed because the city doesnâ™t have a tall enough ladder to put out fires in larger buildings. bahbeck@mercedsunstar.com

Atwater looks at new firetruck as potential for Measure H funding

January 23, 2014 9:24 PM

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