Members of the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety were updated by the two chiefs during Department Heads during Monday’s meeting.

Fire Chief Steve Holm told the board the new Brush Truck will be arriving the week of July 8. This new Brush Truck will replace the one that is owned jointly by the City of Plymouth, Center Township, and West Township.  Chief Holm said the three entities will need to determine how they will plan to get rid of the old truck because its value is greater than $5,000, they may be able to sell it in an auction or through a public bid process.

Four representatives of the Plymouth Fire Department will head to Appleton, WI to conduct their inspection of the new fire engine on July 22 and 23. Chief Holm said a week or two after the truck will be delivered to the dealer who will provide training to the department. 

Matt Emenhiser, Plymouth’s Assistant Police Chief updated members of the Board of Public Works and Safety since Chief Weir is on vacation.  He said the three new Durangos were delivered to the department. They will be sent out to have equipment such as lights and sirens installed before they can be put into action.