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Also, if the agreement is passed, Vandalia Fire Dept. would be aided with the allowed usage of Dayton fire hydrants positioned on National Rd. west of the Airport Access Rd. Prior to the agreement, Vandalia Fire Dept. would have to truck in water or draw it from a nearby water source, as they were not legally allowed to use the Dayton hydrants.
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Fire Chief Chad Follick has recommended this agreement to City Manager Jon Crusey.
The agreement will be discussed at the meeting at 7 p.m. Monday at the municipal building, 333 James E. Bohanan Dr.