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Franklin Street Firehouse Rendering
Architect's rendering of the new Franklin Street apparatus storage building.
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Demolition Begins
January 2016 - Demolition work begins in the 500-blk E. Franklin Street to make way for the new Cornbelt Fire Protection District Apparatus building.
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The trustees were once again faced with the growing demands of the district and added the latest station addition, completed in 2002. The members now total 55 and a response volume of 620 calls as of 2004.
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1996: Department photo with the new addition of administrative assistant Carleen McCormick and the Paramedics courtesy of Arrow Carle Ambulance as a result of the contractual agreement between Carle Hospital and the Board of Trustees.
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This picture was taken in 1995 to showcase the addition of E-57 and E-53. E-57 replaced an aging E-50 purchased in 1979 and E-53 replaced an aging 1963 front mount pumper.
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With the growing demands of the district the station had a complete remodel and upgrades that were completed in 1990
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Department picture taken in 1985 with new Rescue 51. The department now has approximately thirty members
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1980: Members pictured with the new Engine 50. The department now has approximately twenty members.
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The station received an updated face lift in 1985. The district added three bays and office space to the north side in the late 1970ís. Unfortunately, no pictures are available.
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The Cornbelt Fire Protection District was established in 1953. The founding board of trustees were L.O. Dollahon, Jim Cambell, and Harold Hannah.
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The original thirteen charter members pictured in 1954.
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