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LaGrange Fire Department to Flush Fire Hydrants through mid-February

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LFD Lt. Dusty Helton flushes a fire hydrant on Greenville St.

LaGrange, Ga. January 11, 2018 – The LaGrange Fire Department will be flushing fire hydrants throughout the city through February 13th.

LFD officers plan to flush hydrants at 72 locations in the City of LaGrange. The flushing is required to maintain a favorable Insurance Services Office, or ISO, rating. The City of LaGrange currently has a favorable ISO rating of “2.” The rating is based on factors like gallons per minute and pressure.

With a good insurance rating, residents and business in the city receive lower insurance rates. LaGrange Fire Deputy Chief Willie Bradfield says it’s important to make sure the city retains its “2” rating. “It’s very important to flush the hydrants. There aren’t many fire departments around that have a Class 2 rating,” said Bradfield. “We are asking residents to please be patient with us during this time. We’re doing this to keep insurance rates down.” LFD is expected to be completed with the hydrant flushing by February 13th.