Tuesday, September 17, 2019

County donates 4x4 truck to Clifton Fire

From left to right: Clifton Fire Chief Charles Balke, Mesa County Commissioner Rose Pugliese, Mesa County Commissioner John Justman, and Clifton Fire Deputy Chief Joe White. 

Mesa County Commissioners donated a 2009 Dodge Ram 2500 truck to the Clifton Fire Protection District on Monday afternoon, Sept. 16, at the old Mesa County Courthouse, 544 Rood Ave.

“We are confident that this vehicle would positively improve our operational capabilities for both emergent and non-emergent activities. As we currently do not have a pickup as part our fleet this would allow us the opportunity to overcome what we consider a service gap within our fleet,” Clifton Fire Protection District Chief Charles Balke wrote in a letter to Mesa County.

Mesa County Commissioner for District 3, Rose Pugliese thanks Clifton Fire Chief Charles Balke and Clifton Fire Deputy Chief Joe White for their service and dedication.

The Clifton Fire Protection District encompasses approximately 15 square miles, which boundaries from 30 Road east to 35 Road and the Colorado River north to I-70.

Mesa County Commissioners donated a 2009 Dodge Ram 2500 truck to the Clifton Fire Protection District on Monday afternoon, Sept. 16, at the old Mesa County Courthouse, 544 Rood Ave.

Mesa County is dedicated and committed to public safety and is excited to have donated a truck to Clifton Fire to help them better serve and protect our rural constituency.

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