Town of Kearny receives new truck from APS; funds for fireworks from Resolution Copper

Town of Kearny Mayor Sam Hosler accepts a donation from Andrew Taplin of Resolution Copper for the purchase of fireworks for the July 4th celebration.
Carol Hosler | Submitted

The Town of Kearny last month received a donated service truck from APS just before the May Kearny Town Council meeting. The truck is a heavy duty 2005 Ford F350 diesel. Accepting the donation are, from left, Town Manager Anna Flores, Mayor Sam Hosler, Richard Rosales of APS (making the presentation), Public Works Manager Ramon Camacho, Kearny Councilwoman Lana Dalton, and Vice Mayor Dan Radcliffe. James Carnes | CBN

The Town of Kearny received several very nice donations from local businesses. APS presented the town with a new service truck before the May 19 Town Council meeting. At the same meeting, Andrew Taplin of Resolution Copper Mining in Superior presented the town a donation of $500 towards the purchase of fireworks for the annual July 4 display.

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