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Indian Hills residents to vote on bond issue for new fire station

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When Indian Hills residents get their ballots in the mail for this November’s election, they will be asked to vote on a bond issue to fund construction of a new fire station.

The Indian Hills Fire Protection District is asking residents to support Issue 5A, a bond issue capped at $3 million to build a new fire station on Parmalee Gulch Road.

A new station would have larger bay areas and space to accommodate additional wildland fire equipment, and would replace the aging 57-year old structure, said Fire Chief Emery Carson.


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