Peachtree City has won a $136,000 grant to purchase four new cardiac monitors for its four ambulances.
In doing so, the city can wipe some $38,000 it had planned to spend each of the next four years on financing the equipment.
The city will need to chip in $15,200 this year, but that may be achieved by getting trade-in value for its current cardiac monitors, said Assistant Fire Chief Joe O’Conor.
Otherwise, the fire department will absorb the cost from its budget for the current year. Read More»