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Fargo firefighters planning move into Centennial Hall during fire hall renovation

FARGO - Firefighters plan to move into Centennial Hall in November if renovation of the fire hall at 637 NP Ave. is approved by the City Commission.

FARGO – Firefighters plan to move into Centennial Hall in November if renovation of the fire hall at 637 NP Ave. is approved by the City Commission.

Centennial Hall, which sits at the northeast corner of Third Street North and Third Avenue, was slated to be torn down to make way for a new City Hall.

Assistant Fire Chief LeRoy Skarloken said Centennial Hall will house firefighters and their equipment during the renovation of the fire hall, which could take 12 to 15 months.

The $2.5 million fire hall renovation will tackle the building's asbestos problem and make other upgrades, Skarloken said. The City Commission is expected to vote on the renovation Nov. 9, he said.

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