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Monroe breaks ground for fire station

June 11, 2013

(Photo by Jannaya Andrews)

    Representatives from the Monroe Volunteer Fire Department, Arnold Construction, and Town of Monroe gathered on Friday to break ground for the construction of a new fire station located at 233 Tower Dr. in the Monroe Industrial park.
    The new facility, designed by Arnold Construction and past employee Corey DeRoo, of Monore, includes a 4,800 square foot, eight-bay garage to house all of the departments fire trucks and tankers.
    Adjacent will be a 4,200 square foot office complex that will accommodate the town marshall, town treasurer, fire chief, assistant fire chief, a large meeting / training room, and a kitchen.
    Further details in today's print and e-editions.

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