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Why no fire hydrants, CitCo?

Dear Editor,

Everybody I presume is happy with the paving of streets in their neighborhood. The Mayor and his crew are redesigning the look of the city; kudos to them. But noticing the streets that have been cemented, I notice that I haven’t seen any FIRE HYDRANTS on the streets. I think that should have been part of their plan when designing.

BWS have already dug up the streets replacing pipes. Why HYDRANTS haven’t been in the plan on those streets? We always hear complaints about the Fire Department not having enough water to fight fire. Now in this new plan the City Council should have consulted with the Fire Chief about putting hydrants on every street.

If the HYDRANTS are there, I congratulate them, but I don’t see any.

Hakeem Bush

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