City of Tupelo (MS) Breaks Ground for Fire Station

The City of Tupelo has broke ground on a new fire station, reports WTVA.

Station No. 2 is the city’s oldest and has been in operation for 64 years. The city has made costly repairs over the years.

The city is using bond money to pay for the new station. Tupelo Fire Chief Thomas Walker said he is excited for the new station.

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