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Lyons Fire Department Grant
Tuesday, 27 May 2014

May 27--  The Georgia Municipal Association (GMA) is proud to announce the City of Lyons received a Safety Grant check in the amount of $6,000.00. 

These funds will be used by the city to purchase Bunker Suits, PASS (Personal Alert Safety Systems) Devices Motion and Heat, and Hand Held Radios for their fire department. 

Image(L-R) Mayor Willis NeSmith, GMA Deputy Director Steve Durden, Fire Chief Daryl Corley and City Manager Jason Hall.  Durden said, "This program allows each city to stretch their budget dollars and provide a safer work environment for their employees.”

The GMA Safety and Liability Management Grant program was introduced in 2000 to provide a financial incentive to assist members in improving their employee safety and general public liability loss control efforts through training and the purchase of equipment or services. 

Since the inception of the program over 130 cities have received grant money through the program, over 500 grants were approved totaling nearly $1.5 million to fund items such as bulletproof vests, training videos, confined space entry equipment, reflective safety vests, fire department turnout gear, and police department in-vehicle video systems.  These grant funds have helped leverage the purchase of over $2.6 million in this type of equipment and training.

 

 

          


 

 
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