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Fire truck funds

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Indiana Lt. Gov. Becky Skillman (center) presents a $150,000 Community Focus Fund (CFF) grant to Putnam County, on behalf of Clinton Township, for a new fire truck during a recent statehouse ceremony. Representing Clinton Township are (from left) grant administrator Kristy Jerrell, Aaron Littrell, (Skillman), Travis Lambermont and Robert Hensley. Not pictured but attending the ceremony was District 44 State Rep. Jim Baird. The grant will be used to purchase a pumper fire truck with rescue capabilities to serve Clinton Township. The new truck will include a 1,250-gallon-per-minute pump, 1,000-gallon booster water tank, five-person cab and seven full-height storage compartments. CFF grants, which are administered by the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affair, are awarded annually through a competitive application process.
(Indiana Statehouse photo)

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Congratulations Chief Littrell and the Clinton Township Fire Department! You could have smiled a little.

-- Posted by ROBERT LITTRELL on Thu, Oct 11, 2012, at 12:53 PM

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