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FIRE STATION OPENS FOR BUSINESS



Firefighters hang their sign above the garage doors of their renovated station Friday night in preparation of Saturday’s open house. The event showcased the $2.2 million project that began with voter approval in June 2015. 
PHOTO BY ONNE VAN DER WAL Firefighters hang their sign above the garage doors of their renovated station Friday night in preparation of Saturday’s open house. The event showcased the $2.2 million project that began with voter approval in June 2015. PHOTO BY ONNE VAN DER WAL

Former fire chiefs Joe Teixiera, from left, and Bob Bryer cut the ribbon during the fire station’s ceremonial unveiling Saturday morning. Jim Bryer, the current fire chief, holds the ribbon for his predecessors. 
PHOTO BY ANDREA VON HOHENLEITEN Former fire chiefs Joe Teixiera, from left, and Bob Bryer cut the ribbon during the fire station’s ceremonial unveiling Saturday morning. Jim Bryer, the current fire chief, holds the ribbon for his predecessors. PHOTO BY ANDREA VON HOHENLEITEN

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