Bethlehem (WV) Volunteer Fire Department Breaks Ground on Station 90

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The Bethlehem (WV) Volunteer Fire Department recently broke ground on its new digs, Station 90, reports wtrf.com.

Plans for the new, 7,500-square-foot facility include a one-level firehouse with a four-apparatus garage space.

Officials said there is still about a year’s worth of construction—to begin next week—to be done.

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