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It was moving day Sunday in Grove City for the Volunteer Fire Department.
The firefighters can now call a $1.5 million facility on East Pine Street home.
The new building is equipped with training facilities, room for all their equipment, a meeting room, kitchen, offices and a hose tower. There will also be a museum section to display antique equipment and will house the 39-member department.
“To get to this point we’ve had two stations in town which separated all of our equipment and all of our manpower so it was great to get into one station where we know who’s coming and which piece of equipment we need to get out first,” said Grove City Volunteer Fire Department Assistant Chief Jeff Hodge.
An open house will be scheduled once they are all moved in.