Beavercreek Township (OH) Opens New $5.4 Million Fire Station

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A new $5.4 million fire station is now open and providing services to Beavercreek Township (OH), according to a report published by the Dayton Daily News.

According to the newspaper report, the new station is dedicated to former fire chief Treber “Bud” Crawford, who forecasted the need for a fifth fire station back in the 1970s and encouraged township officials to buy the land upon which the new station sits.

Station 65 has accommodations for up to six firefighters at a time, but is typically staffed by three, the newspaper reported, adding that it was paid for in part by a 2019 fire and ems levy.

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