North Odessa (TX) Breaks Ground on First New Fire Station Since 1984

Ground was recently broken on a new fire station in North Odessa, according to a report on

Fire Station 9, the city’s first new fire station since 1984, will be 14,500 square feet and was “desperately needed,” according to officials.

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