At top is a rendering of a neighborhood station that would replace the fire station built in 1970.  The headquarters station, bottom, would replace one built in 1983. It would house administration and senior staff, as well as an engine company, a squad, a ladder truck and a reserve pumper.
At top is a rendering of a neighborhood station that would replace the fire station built in 1970. The headquarters station, bottom, would replace one built in 1983. It would house administration and senior staff, as well as an engine company, a squad, a ladder truck and a reserve pumper. Submitted renderings
At top is a rendering of a neighborhood station that would replace the fire station built in 1970. The headquarters station, bottom, would replace one built in 1983. It would house administration and senior staff, as well as an engine company, a squad, a ladder truck and a reserve pumper. Submitted renderings

Plans heat up for new Mossy Oaks fire station

January 21, 2013 06:12 PM

UPDATED January 21, 2013 06:23 PM

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