By LeAnn R. Ralph
BOYCEVILLE — The Boyceville Community Fire District Board’s five-year-planning committee has reviewed three proposals for a new fire engine that would cost approximately $500,000.
The five-year planning committee met at the fire station October 26 to review the proposals.
The Boyceville fire department’s existing engine that would be replaced was bought new in 1992, and the department’s back-up fire engine also is a 1992 purchased from the Menomonie fire department in 2003.
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