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  1. Ladder 90 (320216) - 2000 Pierce Dash (1050/300/30F/75' rear-mount) (SN#10860) (Ex-Ladder 24) has had it's plates and markings removed and is awaiting desposal.
  2. From 2021 HSR Budget For 2021 the following enhancements are scheduled to be implemented September 2021: Service enhancements on Route 44 Rymal and Route 20 A-Line Routing changes and improved connectivity on the Stoney Creek mountain 13 additional buses 35 new staff Approximately 46,000 additional service hours A fare increase of $0.05 as of September 2021 Director of Transit, Debbie Dalle Vedove, also provided Committee with information related to the major trends and issues HSR is facing in 2021 and beyond. Highlights of the trends and issu
  3. Hamilton fire started about 5 or 6 years ago to install Federal Q type sirens. They now come on all new apparatus. They do sound like an old type of siren.
  4. The platform will stay in service somewhere until it is retired or replaced by another platform. It requires special/extra training so it would not work as spare or training vehicle.
  5. New L20 has now been in service for over a month. Ladder 20 - (300997) 2020 KME Predator Severe Service LFD (1050/400/103' Aerial Cat rear-mount) A6 is now running an ex Squad. Air 6 - (300662) 2001 Ford F-550 / SVI (250/200/30F) (Ex-Squad 28) Ex A6 (300628) 1996 KME Renegade MFD (GSO#2551) (Ex-Rescue 90, 25, 16, 2, 11, 1) May be assigned to Support 23 or revert to Rescue 90.
  6. Hamilton police investigating crash involving HSR bus Fallon Hewitt By Fallon Hewitt Spectator Reporter Tue., June 16, 2020 Hamilton police say they are investigating a collision between a pickup truck and a city bus that happened early Tuesday morning. Hamilton police say they are investigating a collision between a pickup truck and a city bus that happened early Tuesday morning. Const. Jerome Stewart with the Hamilton Police Service said officers were called to the scene of a crash involving a black truck and a HSR bus at the inte
  7. I can't see the 300 number on your picture but it may have had extra equipment put on it and became E41.
  8. It will most likely go to replace the oldest or highest millage Engine in the fleet. That Engine will go to become a spare Engine. They need more full size spare Engines with a similar layout. Engine 5 – 2011 Engine 3 – 2006 Engine 17 – 2006 Engine 4 – 2008 Engine 7 – 2008 Engine 11 – 2008 Engine 21 – 2008 Engine 24 – 2008 Engine 1 – 2014 Engine 2 – 2014 Engine 8 – 2017 Engine 12 – 2017 Engine 23 – 2017 Spares Engine 45 – 2006 – part of the original 3 Engine purchased. Engine 41 – 2003 –
  9. Waterdown’s growth, ‘increased risk profile’ spark need for second fire station New Waterdown station to come with 15 firefighters and two trucks 04 February 2020 - 06:28 AM by Saira Peesker Special to the Flamborough Review Hamilton city council has approved $8 million to build a second Waterdown fire station and purchase two new fire trucks. It is also looking at hiring five more firefighters for the town's existing station. The money for the station and trucks was allocated in the city's 2020 capital budget, which was finalized late last year. Now, as the city wor
  10. Hamilton Fire Department 2020 Equipment Budget Request Annual Equipment Replacement $592,000 Waterdown New “Station 31”, $4,200,000 Annual Vehicle Replacement $4,305,000 New Hazmat Foam Response Apparatus $550.000 New Nature Trail Response Apparatus $150,000 In 2020 HFD plans to purchase: 1 (one) Rural Pumper and 2 (two) Aerial devices to replace 3 (three) existing similar 20 (twenty) year old fire apparatus, and 6 (six) support vehicles to replace existing 10 year old (+) support vehicles. HFD will acquire response apparatus to transport and supply firef
  11. In this years (2020) HSR budget. Renaming the MacNab Terminal $37,000 Replace the existing signage at the MacNab Terminal with signage that reads the "Frank Cooke Transit Terminal".
  12. Engine 3 is back in service. I could not see it's 300 number, but it looks like it had a complete paint job. Hamilton usually sends most apparatus in for refurbishing, painting and upgrades around the 10 to 12 year period.
  13. Hamilton to study opting out of Metrolinx's transit procurement program Sep 09, 2019 by Kevin Werner Stoney Creek News Stoney Creek Coun. Brad Clark says that Hamilton may have to put the brakes on the city participating in Metrolinx’s purchasing program for buses and other transit vehicles. Clark, who last month asked city staff to review Hamilton’s involvement in Metrolinx’s Transit Procurement Initiative, said the city may be seeing an unexpected rise in the price tag to buy buses rather than saving money for its residents. “We experienced a 30 per cent increase in the c
  14. Hamilton to study opting out of Metrolinx's transit procurement program Sep 09, 2019 by Kevin Werner Stoney Creek News Stoney Creek Coun. Brad Clark says that Hamilton may have to put the brakes on the city participating in Metrolinx’s purchasing program for buses and other transit vehicles. Clark, who last month asked city staff to review Hamilton’s involvement in Metrolinx’s Transit Procurement Initiative, said the city may be seeing an unexpected rise in the price tag to buy buses rather than saving money for its residents. “We experienced a 30 per cent increase in the c
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