Local Voices: Glendale fire station refurbished

Posted 10/27/19

The City of Glendale posted a video showing the transformation of Fire Station 152, near Bethany Home Road and 67th Avenue, which was recently remodeled.

Well-earned

That’s so awesome! So …

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Local Voices: Glendale fire station refurbished

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CORRECTION

A prior version of this article falsely attributed the quote  "How about fixing your corrupt and out of control police department" to Lisa Williams Sisco.  The quote is properly attributed to Thomas C. Anthony.

The City of Glendale posted a video showing the transformation of Fire Station 152, near Bethany Home Road and 67th Avenue, which was recently remodeled.

Well-earned

That’s so awesome! So deserving — Candy Lucerö

Keep going

153’s hopefully is next! — Tom Lazzara

Good use of funds

That is wonderful that we had the funding for such a noble cause. Will we continue to have these funds if the Mayor and city council all get raises of over 20k per year? Please vote no — Cara Nicole

Police department needs fixing

How about fixing your corrupt and out of control police department — Thomas C. Anthony.

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