MUNSON TOWNSHIP — After much back and forth between trustees and fire department officials, trustees last week agreed to spend $247,000 for the purchase of a new COVID-19 compliant rescue squad vehicle.

Previously, the fire department’s request to order a new rescue squad vehicle during the Nov. 24 meeting was tabled with Trustee Jim McCaskey saying more information was needed to make a decision. He requested a meeting with fire department treasurer Rich Ferlin, who said he never heard back from Mr. McCaskey until Nov. 30.

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