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Appreciation marked the faces of Los Alamos firefighters as officials and members of the public joined them Wednesday for the grand opening of White Rock Fire Station 3. Local, state and federal representatives took part in the late afternoon event.“This is just a wonderful occasion and I want to say thank you very much because we needed this facility,” Fire Chief Douglas MacDonald told the large crowd gathered in front of the state-of-the-art station. “This station is a reality thanks to County Administrator Max Baker and the firefighters, and thanks to Jeannette Wallace and the firefightersee and thanks to the county councilors and the firefightersee”The idea for a new fire station had been turned down several times, Baker said, adding he was glad it finally passed and is completed. He thanked the folks at Los Alamos National Laboratory, DOE, NNSA and the county councilors for their efforts on the project. “There’s been some criticism of the size of this fire station and I don’t think I’m going to apologize for that – this is built for the future, not for today.”On behalf of Sen.
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