Public Safety

Ribbon-Cutting for Fire Station #210 in Alexandria POSTPONED


The Alexandria Fire Department has postponed the ribbon-cutting ceremony for new Fire Station #210, located at 5255 Eisenhower Avenue in Alexandria, Virginia.

The event was originally scheduled for April 18, and a new date and time will be announced when the ceremony is rescheduled.  The new date will allow time for City Council to reach a conclusion as part of the budget process as to how and when to staff a fire engine at the station.

(H/T Susan)

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