The Allershausen fire station no longer meets the requirements and specifications.
A new one is needed.
Voluntary Fire Brigade is getting a new rescue vehicle and a new command vehicle. This was decided by the municipal council and the contracts were awarded at the most recent meeting. In the course of the discussions, a new fire station was also mentioned. Because the existing one in the center of Allershausen no longer meets the requirements and specifications.
The orders for the two new cars were awarded in three lots: The chassis for the rescue vehicle will be supplied by Daimler Truck AG for around 104,000 euros, the fire-fighting equipment set up by Rosenbauer Deutschland GmbH for 273,800 euros, the order for BAS Vertriebs GmbH received the fire-fighting equipment for 95,500 euros.
The municipality does not have to pay for all of this alone, because the government of Upper Bavaria has already approved a fixed amount subsidy of 140,000 euros.
And the Freising district has also promised a subsidy in the amount of the fixed amount subsidy.
The same procedure for the command vehicle: The chassis will come from the company MAN Truck & Bus Deutschland GmbH (95,500 euros), the bid for the fire-fighting vehicle body was awarded to Wilhelm Barth GmbH for 115,000 euros.
Almost “a bargain”, as Mayor Martin Vaas said, was the load, which you can get from BAS Vertriebs GmbH for 5500 euros.
For this vehicle, too, there is a fixed amount subsidy (30,000 euros) from the government of Upper Bavaria and a subsidy of 15,000 euros from the Freising district.
Both vehicles are replacement purchases.
That was important for the local councils to know because the question arose as to whether they could still accommodate both vehicles in the existing vehicle hall.
The statement of the commanders and municipal council duo Friedrich Moser and Andreas Glück: None of the vehicles have to be outside.
Of course, it became clear in the subsequent discussion: The storage of the FFW cars is already not "compliant", as 2nd Mayor Manuel Mück (CSU) put it, even if after the two new vehicles have been procured.
Because the construction of a new FFW house was already mentioned in the fire brigade requirements plan, Vaas emphasized that he had already looked around for possible locations.
Leonhard Held (CSU) demanded that a working group should now be formed in order to finally get the new building off the ground.
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