Newport Beach (CA) Officials Break Ground on Fire Station

Members of the Newport Beach City Council broke ground for a new fire station, reports The Los Angeles Times.

The new fire station will replace a station that was built in 1953. In 2014, officials had determined that the fire station would need replaced.

The city purchased a 17,693-square-foot property in which they’ll build the new fire station.

A construction company is on board for the project, which is budgeted for $10 million.

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