2014-10-06 / Local News

WORK PROGRESSING



WORK PROGRESSING — Work is progressing quickly at the new firefighter training facility being constructed by the City of Gaffney Fire Department on Beltline Road. What started as a heavily wooded parcel at the beginning of September has now been graded and shaped with all stormwater management systems in place. On Thursday, Cherokee County, which committed up to $13,000 in materials and manpower to the effort, brought in numerous tons of gravel to create driveways throughout the site. All fire departments in Cherokee County will have access to the facility, which will allow for numerous practice scenarios. WORK PROGRESSING — Work is progressing quickly at the new firefighter training facility being constructed by the City of Gaffney Fire Department on Beltline Road. What started as a heavily wooded parcel at the beginning of September has now been graded and shaped with all stormwater management systems in place. On Thursday, Cherokee County, which committed up to $13,000 in materials and manpower to the effort, brought in numerous tons of gravel to create driveways throughout the site. All fire departments in Cherokee County will have access to the facility, which will allow for numerous practice scenarios.

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