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Fire Station No. 1

Fire Station No. 1 Dedicated Today

Dateline: August 25, 2000

By Ann Zeise

Brand new Fire Station No. 1 was dedicated today to the first Milpitas Fire Chief, Joseph Smith. Mayor Henry Manayan and other town dignitaries cut the ribbon and the doors to the new station opened. It was designed by RRM Design Group architect, Mary McGrath. The station is located at 777 South Main St., Milpitas, California.

Bill Weisgerber, Fire Chief, opens the dedication, welcoming the Joseph Smith family seated in front of him, the City Council members, Mayor Henry Manayan and County Supervisor Pete McHugh to his right, and Fire Department managers from all over Santa Clara County.

The widow and family of Milpitas' first Fire Chief, Joseph R. Smith, admire the plaque unveiled by Mayor Henry Manayan.

Boy Scout Troop 164 performed the flag ceremony

Tour Fire Station No. 1

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What fire station would be complete without a shiny, brass pole to slide down?

Architect Mary McGrath, RRM Design Group

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