Stanton fire department takes tanker-pumper from repair business after multiple delays By Brandon Schreur | on June 02, 2018 STANTON — After more than a year of waiting for a repair company to finish its tanker-pumper, the Stanton Community Fire Department had enough Stanton Fire Chief Brian Brasington expressed his frustration during a meeting Wednesday regarding Etankers after waiting over a year for the Grand Ledge business to make repairs to Stanton’s tanker-pumper. — Daily News/Brandon Schreur On Friday morning, Stanton Fire Chief Brian Brasington, Fire Lt. Brandon Stowell and Sidney Township Board Supervisor Terry Peterman drove to Etankers in Grand Ledge and took their vehicle back, despite it not being anywhere near completion. Etankers owner…
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