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Why are they tearing down the Supply Fire Department building?

Jason Gonzales

The Supply Volunteer Fire Department is getting a new look. And to achieve it, the existing building needs to be demolished to make way for a new building, according to County Emergency Services Director Anthony Marzano.

He said the new building will offer an updated station with better protection from some of the flooding issues they have experienced in the past.

It will also be able to offer an “around the clock” staffing presence.


Who pays for the water used by the fire department in the 2012 brush fire?

How long does it take to get a fire hydrant back in service?  

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