The Torrington Hearth Division tries to enhance the radio system regardless of setbacks
Thank you for reading the Republican American. Please log in or register to receive your 5 free items per week. Register TORRINGTON – After two years of unsuccessful attempts to get FEMA grants for a new radio system, the Torrington Fire Department is trying to start the process on its own. The Board of Public Safety on Wednesday approved an application by Fire Brigade Chief Peter Towey to waive the tender process and use state contracts […]
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