February 2, 2014
Workers from Caldwell Tanks of Louisville, Ky., stand 100 feet off the ground as they pour concrete and shake it down into the form of a 1.5-million gallon water holding tank adjacent to JCFD’s new station 3 off Rock Hill Road on the city’s west side. Inset below, a few dozen yards away, installers place siding on the south end of the new fire station. Contractors are waiting for a break in the weather so they can pour the concrete drive.
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A new Jefferson City Fire Station No. 3 is about 70 percent complete. Located just off Rock Hill Road, the $2.2 million facility will replace the Industrial Drive station, which was built in 1966.
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