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FEMA grant helps Calif. city reopen fire station

$1.8 million to reopen the station will come from a grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency


San Gabriel Valley Tribune

EL MONTE, Calif. — A fire station that was closed last year because of a budget shortfall here will reopen in a few months thanks to a federal grant and city funding.

The El Monte city council approved a budget Tuesday night that included approximately $500,000 to reopen Fire Station 167, located at Bryant and Peck roads. The remaining $1.8 million to reopen the station will come from a grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

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