– Rep. Jonathan Fritz (R-Susquehanna/Wayne) announced that fire and ambulance companies in Susquehanna and Wayne County will see a total of $586,882 in fire and safety grants given by the Office of the State Fire Commissioner (OSFC).
From these grants, Wayne County emergency response organizations will receive $286,947.15 and Susquehanna County companies will receive $299,934.56.
“Our local firefighters and EMS workers have always put our community needs above their own and ensure that they do all in their power to serve and protect us and our families,” said Fritz. “These funds make it possible for their respective stations and companies to address their own needs, make improvements to increase safety and efficiency, and update all staff on essential training.”
The OSFC manages financial assistance programs for the state’s fire, ambulance and rescue organizations intended to help them improve and enhance their capabilities to provide firefighting, ambulance and rescue services.
For full list of recipients, read here
Representative Jonathan Fritz
111th Legislative District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives
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