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In an effort to put their community’s bond dollars to good use, administrators analyzed and prioritized needs while watching for the best deals. Through their analysis (with bond dollars being used for equipment and improvements only), the district determined that two rigs, 30 plus years old, needed to be replaced. Normally, each rig would have a life span of 25 years.

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With these two new additions to the MVFLS fleet, and their water capacity, throws back memories to the 1980-90’s when the department modified a fuel truck with trailer in order to haul water around the district where needed. Finally sold off in the late 1990’s, time has come once again to strategically place the new trucks where they can be deployed quickly in time of need.

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In an effort to put their community’s bond dollars to good use, administrators analyzed and prioritized needs while watching for the best deals. Through their analysis (with bond dollars being used for equipment and improvements only), the district determined that two rigs, 30 plus years old, needed to be replaced. Normally, each rig would have a life span of 25 years.

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Two new fire trucks come to Maple Valley Fire & Life Safety

Little did community members know in 2004 when they voted for a 10-year capital purchases bond measure for Maple Valley Fire & Life Safety (MVFLS) what a great deal their fire department would come up with 11 years later.

In an effort to put their community’s bond dollars to good use, administrators analyzed and prioritized needs while watching for the best deals. Through their analysis (with bond dollars being used for equipment and improvements only), the district determined that two rigs, 30 plus years old, needed to be replaced. Normally, each rig would have a life span of 25 years.

After researching the options, apparatus committee members and administrators determined that for the price of one outfitted engine, they could purchase 2 “program” trucks that would foot the bill for outlying stations in Ravensdale and Hobart. These two brand spanking new trucks would come with no bells or whistles. Each truck sits on a 2015 freightliner chassis and contains a 1,500 gallon water tank with a 1,250 gallon per minute pump. The department already has one tender with a 2,500 gallon capacity. Adding these two trucks to the fleet simply updates the water capabilities of the district – especially when it comes to the outlying areas of the greater Maple Valley area.

With these two new additions to the MVFLS fleet, and their water capacity, throws back memories to the 1980-90’s when the department modified a fuel truck with trailer in order to haul water around the district where needed. Finally sold off in the late 1990’s, time has come once again to strategically place the new trucks where they can be deployed quickly in time of need.

Read more: Two new fire trucks come to Maple Valley Fire & Life Safety

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