In a post made on their Facebook page, the LaOtto Volunteer Fire Department are asking for patience when it comes to requests from residents in regards to getting their swimming pools filled for this summer.
The department has two tanker trucks that are used for pool filling and other emergency use, however one of them is having issues and is out of service. With the one truck out of commission, the department is not available to fill pools in the near future. The department understands it is an inconvenience to many, but is also a devastating blow financially to the department since filling pools is one of the main fundraisers for the year.
The department is looking at getting the issues fixed, and hope to begin filling pools in the near future.
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