Manhattan Beach (CA) to Build New $9.5M Fire Station

Firefighters in Manhattan Beach, CA, are expecting to be in a new $9.5 million fire station by 2023 after the city council approved the final design last week, according to EasyReaderNews.com.

The web site reported that the new station will replace one built in 1954 that has many deficiencies, including the lack of bathrooms for females, bays that are insufficient for modern apparatus and it was not earthquake proof.

The new station will be nearly three times the size of the current station and address the many deficiencies, including an exhaust removal system, the web site reported.

Construction on the new building is set to begin in October, according to the report.

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