What to do with a 73-year-old fire engine? The Board of Directors of the Big Bear City Community Services District will discuss this issue this evening, as the Big Bear City Fire Department’s first fire engine, a 1936 REO, is in need of costly repair—though not used on service calls, the engine is a classic piece of fire department history, according to Fire Chief Jeff Willis, and is used at community events including the Old Miners’ Days Parade. This and other items will be reviewed at this evening’s meeting of the CSD Board at 5:30pm. The meeting takes place at the CSD offices at 139 E. Big Bear Boulevard and is open to the public.
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