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7/15/2021 1:02:00 PM
Stokesdale fire station sports new look
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The Stokesdale fire station is sporting a new look after undergoing months of repair for damage from water seeping into the building's brick exterior and causing the metal plates above the windows and doors to rust. Repair work included replacing windows and adding a stucco exterior covering to avoid similar issues in the future. Todd Gauldin, Stokesdale Fire Department chief, said the work, which started in November, is nearly complete but shortages of caulking material have delayed the finish. The repair project was bid at $169,000. | Photo by Annette Joyce/NWO






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