TOP: A conceptual drawing of a neighborhood fire station. The proposed station is estimated to cost more than $3 million and would replace a station built in 1970. BOTTOM: The fire department headquarters, shown in this conceptual drawing, is estimated to cost more than $4 million.
TOP: A conceptual drawing of a neighborhood fire station. The proposed station is estimated to cost more than $3 million and would replace a station built in 1970. BOTTOM: The fire department headquarters, shown in this conceptual drawing, is estimated to cost more than $4 million. City of Beaufort
TOP: A conceptual drawing of a neighborhood fire station. The proposed station is estimated to cost more than $3 million and would replace a station built in 1970. BOTTOM: The fire department headquarters, shown in this conceptual drawing, is estimated to cost more than $4 million. City of Beaufort

Beaufort reconsidering new fire station as time runs out on borrowed money

September 22, 2012 06:37 PM

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