8 Is Great: Newton County (GA) Fire Service Cuts Ribbon on New Digs

Newton County (GA) Fire Service cut the ribbon on its new Station 8, reports covnews.com.

The station—located on Gum Creek Road in north Oxford—was built with proceeds from the 2011 SPLOST approved by Newton County voters. The 11,000-square-foot structure cost $2.7 million.

Officials say homes in the area formerly given an ISO rating of 10 could see the rating drop to 4 and lead to lower insurance costs.

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