Stratford Dedicates New Station

Issue 2 and Volume 94.

Stratford Dedicates New Station Erected at a cost of $38,000, the new two-story, three-door brick fire station at Stratford, Conn., was dedicated with appropriate ceremonies on December 21 by Town Manager William H. Shea, Fire Chief Allen D. judson, and Councilman Carlton Sehwable, Chairman of the Building Committee. Of Colonial design, the new station is sixty-seven feet wide and fifty-two feet deep. The property has a frontage of ISO feet and a depth of 420, and is located on Main Street, opposite the new Stratford Town Hall. The apparatus floor is of concrete and the second story dormitory floor is of maple. There is also a recreation room on the second floor. The roof is of slate with lead coated copper leaders, insuring long life. With the opening of the new station, Chief Allen Judson also celebrated thirty-two years as head of the Department. He is the only paid Chief…

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