Glen Ellyn Volunteer Fire Company hopes financial support will solve funding conundrum
GLEN ELLYN – With trucks to replace and volunteers to train, the Glen Ellyn Volunteer Fire Company is seeking help from the village of Glen Ellyn to sustain the company’s services while meeting its equipment needs.
“We don’t want to wait until we’re in a crisis and the trucks are falling apart,” Fire Company Chief Jim Bodony said.
The company currently has two 20-year-old trucks that are due to be replaced for about $500,000 each, Bodony said. One of the company’s large ladder trucks will need to be switched out in two or three years as well, which will cost about $1.2 million.
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