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Greeneville dedicates new fire station


Firefighters and city officials in Greeneville participated in a ceremonial “uncoupling” ceremony to dedicate Greeneville Fire Station No. 2. The fire station replaces an older facility that had been in service since the 1950s. Funds obtained through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) were used to build the $2.3 million new station, which is one of four stations operated by the city. The new three-bay station includes an operation center and a new fire truck will join the station.