Yesterday, firefighters started their first shift in the brand-new Tomales Fire Station, after working in temporary quarters down the road for the past year and a half. For a total bill of $6.7 million, the county razed the 48-year-old station and rebuilt the modernized facility from the ground up. “The place looks great, and we . . .

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