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Fire department recommends bid on siren replacement

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Elizabethtown to start phasing out older equipment

By Marty Finley

Elizabethtown Fire Department recommended a bid Monday to replace four of its warning sirens as it starts an initiative to replace all the sirens in the city with newer models.

Elizabethtown City Council has been asked to accept a bid from RCS of Louisville to replace four of the city’s 12 sirens at a cost of $71,996.

Mark Malone with EFD said two of the sirens will be paid for by Office of Homeland Security grants procured by the department.


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