Demolition of Monroe (MI) Fire Station Begins

Demolition of the City of Monroe’s old fire station has started, reports The Monroe News.

The demolition of the 53-year-old building is expected to be completed by June 30, despite a delay that occurred when the original firm hired to oversee the demolition was impacted by COVID-19.

The fire station’s poles and alarms have been preserved, along with various signs and other mementos, with the intent to eventually put as much as possible on display for visitors at the city’s new fire station.

Fire officials said they were sad to see the demolition due to the many memories of working in the fire station.

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