South Portland (ME) Fire Department Holds Ceremony for New $7.5M Station

The South Portland (ME) Fire Department held a ceremony to unveil its new $7.5 million station at Cash Corner, reports pressherald.com.

The new station on Route 1 replaces a 1970s-era structure that was torn down in 2020 after the city determined it would be too expensive to repair and expand.

The 17,000-square-foot building has a total of 10 bedrooms, an indoor training space, and holds two ladder trucks, two standard fire trucks, an ambulance, and other equipment.

Video of the ceremony can be seen here.

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