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2018-01-10 / Front Page

Hallowed hall



Clarence Fire District No. 1 held a dedication of its completed addition to its facilities on Jan. 6. The $3.5 million project was chaired by Commissioner James Schlabach and managed by RP Oak Hill Building Co., Inc. The upgrades will enhance the storage of apparatus, as well as provide a physical fitness room, a conference room and office space. Top photo: Members from the Board of Fire Commissioners Nathan Work, left, Dave Metzger and Doug Garlapo, present Commissioner Jim Schlabach, center, with an appreciation plaque for his hard work during the construction phase. Bottom photo: Clarence fireman Metzger speaks with residents in the main truck bay. Clarence Fire District No. 1 held a dedication of its completed addition to its facilities on Jan. 6. The $3.5 million project was chaired by Commissioner James Schlabach and managed by RP Oak Hill Building Co., Inc. The upgrades will enhance the storage of apparatus, as well as provide a physical fitness room, a conference room and office space. Top photo: Members from the Board of Fire Commissioners Nathan Work, left, Dave Metzger and Doug Garlapo, present Commissioner Jim Schlabach, center, with an appreciation plaque for his hard work during the construction phase. Bottom photo: Clarence fireman Metzger speaks with residents in the main truck bay.

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