CHAPTER 535, Vol. 60

HOUSE BILL NO. 1273

AN ACT TO AID CERTAIN FIRE COMPANIES WHICH ARE ORGANIZED TO EXTINGUISH FIRES OR MAINTAIN AMBULANCES OR RESCUE TRUCKS, BY MAKING AN APPROPRIATION THEREFOR.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Delaware (three fourths of all the members elected to each House concurring therein):

Section 1. There is appropriated to the listed fire companies the following sums to be used for the prevention and extinguishment of fires throughout the State and for maintenance of apparatus and equipment:

New Castle County

Aetna Hose, Hook and Ladder Co., Newark $ 4,000

Belvedere Volunteer Fire Co., Belvedere 4,000

Brandywine Hundred Fire Co. No. 1, Bellefonte 4,000

Christina Fire Co., Christiana 4,000

Claymont Fire Co., Claymont 4,000

Cranston Heights Fire Co., Cranston Heights 4,000

Delaware City Fire Co., Delaware City 4,000

Elsmere Fire Co., Elsmere 4,000

Five Points Fire Co. No. 1, Richardson Park 4,000

Goodwill Fire Co. No. 1, New Castle 4,000

Hockessin Fire Co., Hockessin 4,000

Holloway Terrace Fire Co., Holloway Terrace 4,000

Mill Creek Fire Co., Marshallton 4,000

Minquadale Fire Co., Minquadale 4,000

Minquas Fire Co. No. 1, Newport 4,000

Odessa Fire Co., Inc., Odessa 4,000

Port Penn Volunteer Fire Co., Inc., Port Penn 4,000

Talleyville Fire Co., Inc., Talleyville 4,000

Townsend Fire Co., Inc., Townsend 4,000

Volunteer Hose Co., Inc., Middletown 4,000

Wilmington Manor Volunteer

Fire Co. Inc., Wilmington Manor $ 4,000

Kent County


Bowers Volunteer Fire Co., Inc., Bowers Camden-Wyoming Fire Co., Camden Carlisle Fire Co., Milford

Cheswold Volunteer Fire Co., Cheswold Citizens' Hose Co. No. 1, Inc., Smyrna Clayton Fire Co., Clayton

Robbins Hose Co. (Dover Fire Dept.), Dover Farmington Volunteer Fire Co., Farmington Felton Community Fire Co., Felton

Frederica Volunteer Fire Co., Frederica Harrington Fire Co., Harrington

Hartly Volunteer Fire Co., Hartly Houston Volunteer Fire Co., Houston Leipsic Volunteer Fire Co., Leipsic

Little Creek Volunteer Fire Co., Little Creek Magnolia Volunteer Fire Co., Magnolia Marydel Volunteer Fire Co., Inc., Marydel South Bowers Fire Co., South Bowers

Sussex County


Bethany Beach Volunteer Fire Co., Bethany Beach Blades Volunteer Fire Co., Inc., Blades

Bridgeville Volunteer Fire Co., Bridgeville Dagsboro Volunteer Fire Co., Dagsboro Delmar Fire Department, Delmar

Ellendale Volunteer Fire Co., Ellendale Frank ford Volunteer Fire Co., Frank ford

Georgetown Fire Company, Inc., Georgetown Greenwood Volunteer Fire Co., Greenwood Gumboro Volunteer Fire Co., Inc., Gumboro Indian River Volunteer Fire Co., Indian River Laurel Fire Department, Inc., Laurel

Lewes Fire Department, Inc., Lewes

Millsboro Fire Co., Millsboro

Milton Volunteer Fire Co., Milton

Millville Volunteer Fire Co., Inc., Millville

Rehoboth Beach

Vol. Fire Co., Inc., Rehoboth Beach $ 4,000

Roxanna Volunteer Fire Co., Roxanna 4,000

Seaford Volunteer Fire Dept., Inc., Seaford 4,000

Selbyville Vol. Fire Co., Inc., Selbyville 4,000

Slaughter Beach Memorial Fire Co.,

Slaughter Beach 4,000

TOTAL $240,000

Section 2. There is appropriated to the following

listed fire companies the following sums to be used for the maintenance and operation of ambulances in the public service:

Aetna Hose, Hook and Ladder Co., Newark

$ 1,250

Blades Volunteer Fire Co., Inc., Blades

1,250

Bridgeville Volunteer Fire Co., Bridgeville

1,250

Bowers Volunteer Fire Co., Inc., Bowers

1,250

Brandywine Hundred Fire Co., No. I, Bellefonte

1,250

Camden-Wyoming Fire Co., Camden

1,250

Carlisle Fire Co., Milford

1,250

Cheswold Volunteer Fire Co., Cheswold

1,250

Christiana Fire Co., Christiana

1,250

Claymont Fire Co., Claymont

1,250

Cranston Heights Fire Co., Cranston Heights

1,250

Dagsboro Volunteer Fire Co., Dagsboro

1,250

Delaware City Fire Co., Delaware City

1,250

Delmar Fire Department, Delmar

1,250

Ellendale Volunteer Fire Co., Ellendale

1,250

Elsmere Fire Co., Elsmere

1,250

Felton Community Fire Co., Felton

1,250

Five Points Fire Co. No. 1, Richardson Park

1,250

Frankford Volunteer Fire Co. No. I, Frankford

1,250

Goodwill Fire Co. No., New Castle

1,250

Gumboro Volunteer Fire Co., Inc., Gumboro

1,250

Harrington Fire Co., Harrington

1,250

Hardy Volunteer Fire Co., Inc., Hardy

1,250

Holloway Terrace Fire Co., Holloway Terrace

1,250

Hockessin Fire Co., Hockessin

1,250

Laurel Fire Dept., Inc., Laurel

1,250

Leipsic Volunteer Fire Co., Leipsic

1,250

   

Lewes Fire Department, Inc., Lewes

$ 1,250

Mill Creek Fire Co., Marshallton

1,250

Millville Volunteer Fire Co., Inc., Millville

1,250

Milton Volunteer Fire Co., Milton

1,250

Minquadale Fire Co., Minquadale

1,250

Minquas Fire Co. No. I, Newport

1,250

Rehoboth Beach

Vol. Fire Co., Inc., Rehoboth Beach

1,250

Seaford Volunteer Fire Dept., Inc., Seaford

1,250

Slaughter Beach Memorial Fire Co., Slaughter Beach

1,250

Talleyville Fire Co., Inc., Talleyville

1,250

Wilmington Manor Volunteer

Fire Co., Inc., Wilmington Manor

1,250

TOTAL

$ 47,500

Section 3. There is appropriated to the following

listed fire companies the following sums to be used for the maintenance and operation of rescue trucks in the public service:

Aetna Hose, Hook and Ladder Co., Newark $ 1,250

Bethany Beach Volunteer Fire Co., Bethany Beach 1,250

Bowers Volunteer Fire Co., Inc., Bowers 1,250

Brandywine Hundred Fire Co. No. I, Bellefonte 1,250

Bridgeville Volunteer Fire Co., Bridgeville 1,250

Camden-Wyoming Fire Co., Camden 1,250

Carlisle Fire Co., Milford 1,250

Cheswold Volunteer Fire Co., Cheswold 1,250

Christiana Fire Co., Christiana 1,250

Citizens' Hose Co. No. I, Inc., Smyrna 1,250

Claymont Fire Co., Claymont 1,250

Clayton Fire Co., Clayton 1,250

Dagsboro Volunteer Fire Co., Dagsboro 1,250

Delaware City Fire Co., Delaware City 1,250

Delmar Fire Department, Delmar 1,250

Robbins Hose Co. (Dover Fire Dept.), Dover 1,250

Elsmere Fire Co., Elsmere 1,250

Farmington Volunteer Fire Co., Farmington 1,250

Felton Community Fire Co., Felton 1,250

Five Points Fire Co. No. I, Richardson Park 1,250

Frederica Volunteer Fire Co., Frederica $ 1,250

Georgetown Fire Co., Inc., Georgetown 1,250

Greenwood Fire Co. No. 1, Greenwood 1,250

Goodwill Fire Co. No. 1, New Castle 1,250

Harrington Fire Co., Harrington 1,250

Hartly Volunteer Fire Co., Inc., Hartly 1,250

Holloway Terrace Fire Co., Inc., Holloway Terrace 1,250

Indian River Volunteer Fire Co., Indian River 1,250

Laurel Fire Dept., Inc., Laurel 1,250

Leipsic Volunteer Fire Co., Leipsic 1,250

Lewes Fire Department, Inc., Lewes 1,250

Little Creek Volunteer Fire Co., Little Creek 1,250

Magnolia Volunteer Fire Co., Magnolia 1,250

Marydel Volunteer Fire Co., Marydel 1,250

Mill Creek Fire Co., Marshallton 1,250

Millsboro Fire Co., Millsboro 1,250

Millville Volunteer Fire Co., Inc., Millville 1,250

Milton Volunteer Fire Co., Milton 1,250

Minquadale Fire Co., Minquadale 1,250

Minquas Fire Co. No. 1, Newport 1,250

Odessa Fire Co., Inc., Odessa 1,250

Port Penn Volunteer Fire Co., Inc., Port Penn 1,250

Rehoboth Beach

Vol. Fire Co., Inc., Rehoboth Beach 1,250

Roxanna Volunteer Fire Co., Roxanna 1,250

Seaford Volunteer Fire Dept., Inc., Sealord 1,250

Selbyville Volunteer Fire Co., Inc., Selbyville 1,250

Slaughter Beach Memorial Fire Co.,

Slaughter Beach 1,250

South Bowers Fire Co., South Bowers 1,250

Talleyville Fire Co., Inc., Talleyville 1,250

Townsend Fire Company, Inc., Townsend 1,250

Volunteer Hose Co., Inc., Middletown 1,250

Wilmington Manor Volunteer

Fire Co., Inc., Wilmington Manor 1,250

TOTAL $ 65,000

Section 4. There is appropriated to the listed fire

companies the following sums to be used for the mainten-
ance of aerial or platform trucks and for the training of
personnel in the techniques of extinguishing, highrisc fires throughout the State of Delaware:

New Castle County

Aetna Hose, Hook and Ladder Co., Newark $ 2,000

Brandywine Hundred Fire Co., No. 1, Bellefonte 2,000

Christiana Fire Co., Christiana 2,000

Claymont Fire Co., Claymont 2,000

Five Points Fire Co. No. 1, Richardson Park 2,000

Goodwill Fire Company No. 1, New Castle 2,000

Mill Creek Fire Company, MarshaIlton 2,000

Talleyville Fire Company, Inc., Talleyville 2,000

Volunteer Hose Co., Inc., Middletown 2,000

Kent County

Carlisle Fire Company, Milford 2,000

Citizens' Hose Co., No., Inc., Smyrna 2,000

Robbins Hose Co. (Dover Fire Dept.), Dover 2,000

Sussex County

Bethany Beach Volunteer Fire Co., Bethany Beach 2,000 Lewes Fire Department, Inc., Lewes 2,000 Rehoboth Beach

Vol. Fire Co., Inc., Rehoboth Beach 2,000

Seaford Volunteer Fire Dept., Inc., Seaford 2,000

TOTAL $ 32,000

Section 5. There is appropriated to the Mayor and

Council of Wilmington the following sums to be used for:

(a) The prevention and extinguishment of fires throughout the City of Wilmington and for the maintenance of the apparatus and equipment of the 12 fire companies organized and equipped in the City:

$ 48,000

(b) The maintenance of aerial or platform trucks and for the training of personnel in the techniques of extinguishing highrise fires throughout the City of Wilmington.

$ 6,000

Section 6. The above said sums shall be paid by

the State Treasurer within three months after the beginning of the fiscal year for which appropriated.

Section 7. This Act is a supplementary appropria-

tion act for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1977, and the monies appropriated shall be paid by the State Treasurer eut of monies in the General Fund of the State of Delaware not otherwise appropriated.

128th GENERAL ASSEMBLY
SECOND SESSION — 1976
FISCAL NOTE

BILL: House Bill No.

SPONSOR: Representative George

DESCRIPTION: Appropriation to aid certain fire companies which are fires or maintain trucks.

FY 1977:

Operation Expenses:

organized to extinguish ambulances or rescue

New Castle County -

21 fire companies @ $4,000

=

$84,000

Kent County -

18 fire companies @ $4,000

=

$72,000

Sussex County -

   

21 fire companies @ $4,000

=

$84,000

Ambulances:

   

38 fire companies @ $1,250

=

$47,500

Rescue:

   

52 lire companies @ $1,250

=

$65,000

Aerial or Plat form Trucks:

   

New Castle County -

9 fire companies @ $2,000

=

$18,000

Kent County -

   

3 fire companies @ $2,000

=

$ 6,000

Sussex County -

   

4 fire companies @ $2,000

=

$ 8,000

City of Wilmington:

Operation expenses for

12 fire companies @ $4,000 = $ 48,000

Maintenance of aerial or platform

trucks 3 @ $2,000

$ 6,000

TOTAL SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION $438,500

FY 1978 and FY 1979:

Grant-in-Aid to be made by supplementary appropriation.

NOTE: Grant-in- Aid recipient is required by Section 6508, Title 29, Delaware Code, to submit a financial statement.

Approved July 7, 1976