Rover Pipeline donated $30,000 to emergency services in local counties crossed by the 713-mile interstate natural gas pipeline system.
Emergency managers for Stark, Carroll and Tuscarawas accepted the money during a brief ceremony Wednesday.
Rover is giving $10,000 to emergency services in all counties along the pipeline system, including 18 in Ohio, for a total of $270,000, said Rover spokeswoman Alexis Daniel. The money can be used to buy equipment or train first responders.
Stark plans to use to the money to rehabilitate equipment and furnishings at the county Emergency Operations Center, which is at the Stark County Jail, said Emergency Management Agency Director Tim Warstler.
Carroll will use the money to buy furnishings and a Smart Board and Tuscarawas will use its $10,000 to purchase air monitors and a Smart Board for their respective operations centers.Read the rest of the article by clicking here.
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