Washington (MO) Fire Dept. Dedicates New Fire Station

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A new 3,600 square foot fire station, built at a cost of $800,000, was recently dedicated by the Washington (MO) Fire Department, according to an article published by emissourian.com.

According to the web site report, construction on the facility at 7962 Highway KK started on December 2, 2020, and the dedication came about five and a half years after residents approved the formation of the fire protection district and about five years after the tax, which covers the cost of the station, was passed.

On Sunday (Sept. 19) about 100 people gathered for the dedication of Fire Station 6 which was opened in conjunction with the Washington Community Fire Protection District, according to the report.  

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