Residents Resist West Lebanon (NH) Fire Station Plan

Plans to build a new West Lebanon fire station is drawing opposition from neighbors who worry that ambulances and fire trucks could disrupt the quiet neighborhood

Plans to build a new West Lebanon fire station is drawing opposition from neighbors who worry that ambulances and fire trucks could disrupt the quiet neighborhood, reports Valley News.

The project is estimated to cost $6.4 million if a sale of the property can be negotiated this year.

A fire official said that the current station responds to about 775 emergency calls a year, with 550 of those within West Lebanon itself.

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