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ALCUDIA will have a new fire station which will also serve as a training centre in 2007, it was announced yesterday.
Miquel Angel Flaquer, head of the Council of Majorca's finance department, said that the Alcudia council, headed by Mayor Miquel Ferrer, had been demanding a new fire station in the area for some time. Ferrer said that “Alcudia will be a much safer city now thanks to the efforts of the council and the Council of Majorca.” Maria Antonia Munar, head of the Council of Majorca, also spoke of the additional safety the fire station would bring to the area.
The fire station will be built on a 2'523 square metre plot of council-owned land in Calle Amsterdam in the port.
It will serve as headquarters of the fire fighting service in the north of the island, and also a training centre.
It will cost more than one million euros and will be built within 18 months.


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