A 1962 International fire truck owned by Fresno businessman Richard Caglia has been driving around Fresno with a “Lee Brand for Mayor” sign. That has upset the Fresno city firefighters union, which has endorsed Henry R. Perea for Fresno mayor. Caglia said the fire truck was bought by his grandfather and at one time had Bald Mountain Fire Department painted on its side.
A 1962 International fire truck owned by Fresno businessman Richard Caglia has been driving around Fresno with a “Lee Brand for Mayor” sign. That has upset the Fresno city firefighters union, which has endorsed Henry R. Perea for Fresno mayor. Caglia said the fire truck was bought by his grandfather and at one time had Bald Mountain Fire Department painted on its side.
A 1962 International fire truck owned by Fresno businessman Richard Caglia has been driving around Fresno with a “Lee Brand for Mayor” sign. That has upset the Fresno city firefighters union, which has endorsed Henry R. Perea for Fresno mayor. Caglia said the fire truck was bought by his grandfather and at one time had Bald Mountain Fire Department painted on its side.
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Old firetruck ignites dispute in Fresno mayor race

May 17, 2016 03:36 PM

UPDATED May 17, 2016 06:03 PM

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