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www.wmfd.com - In southern Ashland County, voters passed the Loudonville Fire Department's 3.5-mill renewal levy by more than 180 votes. Loudonville Fire Chief Tom Gallagher says the department depends on the levy for all their equipment, maintenance of the equipment and of the building. }}" />

   
 
 
Loudonville Fire Department Levy Passes By 180-Plus Votes

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  Original Published: 11/5/2013 In southern Ashland County, voters passed the Loudonville Fire Department's 3.5-mill renewal levy by more than 180 votes. Loudonville Fire Chief Tom Gallagher says the department depends on the levy for all their equipment, maintenance of the equipment and of the building. Gallagher says the levy's passage is beneficial for the repair of the fire trucks and they try to use about $35,000 for maintenance with the rest saved up to make payments on ambulances, fire trucks and to save for the next big purchase.
   
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