Durango fire station expansion behind schedule

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Durango fire station expansion behind schedule

Design will protect firefighters from cancer-causing particles
Durango Fire Protection District is expanding the fire station near northern city limits to house more staff and equipment. Construction is expected to be finished by October.
Employees with Roseberry Plumbing and Heating and Garrh’s Heating and Air Conditioning work at Station No. 3. Construction is expected to be finished by October.
Employees with Roseberry Plumbing and Heating and Garrh’s Heating and Air Conditioning work Station No. 3. Construction is expected to be finished by October.
Deputy Chief Randy Black explains how the living quarters will be laid out at Station No. 3, which is being remodeled near northern city limits. The station is expected to be completed in October.
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