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Petition for a Public Process for Siting Protective Service Facilities. By late June 2021, the Durango Fire Protection District (DFPD) had emerged as the buyer of Durango’s historic old High School site for a newly proposed “Emergency Services Center.” Citizens Voice Durango recognizes the long-standing need for a new state-of-the-art facility for this vital service

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Greg Hoch’s Public Comment to the Durango City Council March 15, 2022

Kudos to whoever in City government recognized the need for and made public the City’s written correction to Fire Chief Hal Doughty’s premature conclusion and erroneous statement that the City was all-in with the proposed relocation of the City Police Department into a refurbished former 9R Administration building during the Fire District’s FAUXrum at last Thursday’s

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Ted Wright statement to City Council during public participation on 2/1/2022

If you are open to hear ideas, a long term lease of RCH to DFPD may be the best decision for siting of a downtown fire station.  I watched the Joint Session with City and County on the siting of the Homeless camp.  Siting solutions for the homeless camp have directly involved the larger public voice. 

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