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Oxford helps firemen
Knightly said some of the winners checks could not be cashed.Knightly and his father, Fire Chief Fred Knightly, met with the board late last week to request funds to get them through.The selectmen approved loaning the association $ 2, 000.The board of selectmen is also in discussion over paying the ladder truck loan off.If this happens, the association would need to make loan payments to the town and the town could offer a lower interest rate than the bank.In other business, the board asked Town Manager Howie Munday to request a letter of resignation from Neal Cohen because he recently pleaded guilty in criminal charges against his company, Neal B. Cohen Trucking Co.
Oxford to build area for dumped computers
Voters approve buying used firetruck
Police, fire stations hurting
The other office, shared by dispatch and rescue, is pretty much jammed from floor to ceiling with file cabinets, boxes, a fax and mailboxes for rescue crew.Several ceiling tiles are missing.The kitchen was cut in half so firemen could have a couch, chair and computer in a room
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