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Chestnut Hill Local - Engine 37 ribbon-cutting ceremony

Engine 37 Firehouse opens after $10 million renovation and expansion designed by Cecil Baker + Partners

On Oct. 27th, the City of Philadelphia reopened it's longest serving firehouse, Engine 37. Cecil Baker participated In an official ceremony to mark the 3-year effort at bringing this fire station into the modern age.

Among several media outlets at the event, The Chestnut Hill Local provided a personal perspective that reflects the fact that this firehouse is located in the heart of the community of Chestnut Hill.

 

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