Citing the Cumberland Fire Department’s aging vehicles, the Cumberland Mayor and Council have agreed to buy a new fire engine in the spring of 2025, at a cost of $898,000. The order will be placed in the near future to guard against price increases. Also during this week’s work session, the newly instituted code enforcement sweep was discussed. City Administrator Jeff Silka discussed the use of door hangers as warnings for residents who violate codes for items, including overgrown weeds near the city’s “gateway” streets. City officials will announce the streets they plan for the next round of code enforcement.