Busy fire protection district needs new station, lacks funds

Capt. Gene Holder of the Lower Valley Fire Protection District squeezes past a mirror on a new ambulance in one of the bays in Fruita. The new truck is too large to fit where older ambulances are parked. The department hopes to build a new station to alleviate the crowded conditions.



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Capt. Gene Holder of the Lower Valley Fire Protection District squeezes past a mirror on a new ambulance in one of the bays in Fruita. The new truck is too large to fit where older ambulances are parked. The department hopes to build a new station to alleviate the crowded conditions.

The blueprints are drawn up. The utility lines have been relocated. All that’s needed now is $2.5 million in order for the Lower Valley Fire Protection District to build a new fire…




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