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Guyton About 5 months ago, Robert Mallory set out to improve the Stonewall Volunteer Fire Department located in the Canaan Community of Fayette County.
At that time, they were operating with a 1977 forestry issued truck that was costing more money to maintain and keep running that wasn't readily available.
One day, he decided to focus on the larger cities here in Alabama to see what was available.
Birmingham, Huntsville, Tuscaloosa, Montgomery and Mobile had nothing in surplus.
Grande was open about other departments who'd inquired about purchasing the vehicle for their own departments.
Mallory informed Grande that Stonewall VFD was a small rural department with very little cash and pleaded with him the possibility of the City of decatur donating the apparatus.
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Over a period of 4 months, Mallory remained in tough with Grande and Bolling and even sent letters to the Decatur City Council pleading with them to help Stonewall Volunteer Fire Department, who was struggling to keep their community Fire Department alive and running.
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