Pasco residents will be asked in coming weeks to fill out the National Citizen Survey, which helps council members set goals and objectives for the next two years. One topic is the need to build a new fire station or expand an existing one to meet the increase in population. In this 2006 picture, final work was being done on Fire Station No. 82 near the Tri-Cities Airport.
Pasco residents will be asked in coming weeks to fill out the National Citizen Survey, which helps council members set goals and objectives for the next two years. One topic is the need to build a new fire station or expand an existing one to meet the increase in population. In this 2006 picture, final work was being done on Fire Station No. 82 near the Tri-Cities Airport. File Tri-City Herald
Pasco residents will be asked in coming weeks to fill out the National Citizen Survey, which helps council members set goals and objectives for the next two years. One topic is the need to build a new fire station or expand an existing one to meet the increase in population. In this 2006 picture, final work was being done on Fire Station No. 82 near the Tri-Cities Airport. File Tri-City Herald

New Pasco fire station, community center on city survey

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