Rural Metro (TN) Fire Relocates Station 33

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Rural Metro (TN) Fire relocated its Station 33 in Northeast Knox County to a new, larger facility and held a grand opening ceremony Friday, reports wate.com.

The ribbon-cutting and open house were attended by Knox County Mayor Glenn Jacobs, other county officials, and local business leaders.

The station’s relocation was funded entirely by Rural Metro, a subscription-based service. No tax dollars were involved.

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