Smyrna will spend about $1.2 million to replace a fire engine and eight cardiac monitors among other costs. Courtesy of WSB

Smyrna will replace fire engine, cardiac monitors

Expenditures of around $1.2 million have been approved by the Smyrna City Council this month.

They include:

  • $548,727 to replace Fire Engine 5 from Ten-8 Fire Safety Equipment of Forsyth.
  • $244,900 for traffic signal and fiber adjustment from Bass Signal Corp. of Milledgeville.
  • almost $220,648 to replace eight cardiac monitors from Physio-Control, Inc. of Redmond, Washington.
  • nearly $206,032 for storm drain rehabilitation for Lake Court Park to Tucker Grading and Hauling of Canton.

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