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Auburn taking steps toward new fire hall
02/13/2020

(KLZA)-- The Auburn City Council approved sending out requests for qualifications for engineers to assist with a new fire station.

The engineer will help with the estimates and appraisals to assist with an application for a federal Economic Development Administration grant for the project.  The grant is available in part due to 2019 flooding. 

The proposal is for a new building to house the Auburn and Auburn  Rural Fire Departments and the Auburn Rescue Squad.

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