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City set for two new fire trucks
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MONROE - Two new fire trucks coming to Monroe this fall are expected to give the fire department more flexibility in responding with the right-sized apparatus, if the purchases are approved by the Common Council on Tuesday, Jan. 21. The smaller, lightweight response pumpers will replace the 25-year-old and 22-year-old engines (Engine 5 and Engine 6), which are the city's oldest fire engine pumpers. The city's Board of Public Works gave its unanimous recommendation Monday, Jan. 20, for a quote of $753,000 by Pierce Manufacturing Inc., headquartered in Appleton.

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