The back of Fresno Fire Department’s current Station 18 has the only opening onto Bullard Avenue in the whole subdivision. The station near the corner of Bullard and Grantland avenues was originally built as a home. The City Council recently approved the purchase of a small lot on Shaw Avenue west of Highway 99 for a new home for Station 18.
The back of Fresno Fire Department’s current Station 18 has the only opening onto Bullard Avenue in the whole subdivision. The station near the corner of Bullard and Grantland avenues was originally built as a home. The City Council recently approved the purchase of a small lot on Shaw Avenue west of Highway 99 for a new home for Station 18. MARK CROSSE THE FRESNO BEE
The back of Fresno Fire Department’s current Station 18 has the only opening onto Bullard Avenue in the whole subdivision. The station near the corner of Bullard and Grantland avenues was originally built as a home. The City Council recently approved the purchase of a small lot on Shaw Avenue west of Highway 99 for a new home for Station 18. MARK CROSSE THE FRESNO BEE
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Fresno’s Station 18 firefighters to get a permanent home

August 15, 2015 04:00 AM

UPDATED August 15, 2015 11:00 AM

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George Hostetter, a Fresno Bee reporter since 1987, knows Fresno and the trappings of its government from the top of his hat to the tip of his shoes, which he wore out with round trips between the office and City Hall. George retired from The Bee in October 2015. Twitter: @georgehostetter.