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‘High priority’ to get Sudden Valley Fire Station 22 back operating

January freeze damaged pipes, larger remodel in progress

The Sudden Valley Fire Station 22 of the South Whatcom Fire Authority lies dormant on Wednesday, June 19. The station has been closed to response personnel since January due to extreme water damage. (Eric Becker/Cascadia Daily News)
By Julia Tellman Local News Reporter
While Fire Station 22 in Sudden Valley has been closed to response personnel since January due to ex
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