Monday, December 24, 2012 at 11:34 am (Updated: December 26, 12:58 pm)
A burning issue
A proposed fire training facility at Evergreen Fire Station 2 drew heated opposition from residents objecting to its location near homes and schools.
Since announcing plans for the facility in April, the Evergreen Fire Protection District board and staff have faced criticism that has escalated to a recall of board members.
Fire Chief Mike Weege, firefighters and board members say the facility is necessary for adequate training at a nearby location. Weege began dealing with the issue shortly after being hired in May.
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