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Butler Twp. approves sale of truck to Sunbury fire company


June 11. 2013 11:57PM
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BUTLER TWP. — The township supervisors approved Tuesday night the sale by Valley Regional Fire and Rescue Inc. of a 1975 tower truck to the Amerucs Fire Company of Sunbury for $10,000.


The supervisors voted unanimously to approve the sale of the truck, however, a request submitted by Gary Martini of the fire and rescue for the purchase of a $15,000 cardiac arrest unit (a “thumper,” Martini called the apparatus) was tabled pending budget review.


Chairman Brian Kisenwether told Martini that “We’ll have to see how it affects your budget.”


Another sale of a piece of equipment, a 1990 John Deere backhoe, to Cochalla Auto Body for $11,678, was also approved.


Mike Costanza of North Street was told by Supervisor Charles Altmiller that his request to pave an unnamed road near Costanza’s property is still under review. Costanza was following up on an appeal he made at the May 14 meeting.




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