Those that attended Newtown's Labor Day Parade may have noticed a new addition to Hawleyville Volunteer Fire Company's fleet. The Quint 330 is a cruicial addition as a multi-purpose apparatus. It can function as a ladder truck or pumper truck and has water storage, ground ladders, and fire hoses. Hawleyville officials say the 75-foot-long telescoping power ladder is needed due to significant growth of multistory condos, medical office buildings and daycare center. The Newtown Bee reports that Hawleyville’s 2003 quint truck is owned by the fire company. It was purchased for $350,000 from the Town of Monroe, used by the Monroe Volunteer Fire Department.