State of the Art Public Safety Building Opens in Camden County

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WATERFORD TOWNSHIP, N.J. -

Thanks to funding from the Camden County Improvement Authority, Waterford Township residents can now feel safer for years to come.

Officials opened the new state of the art Waterford Township Public Safety building, which they say will be a crucial asset to first responders and the community by not only providing public safety officials with a modern base of operations, but also helping them do so in a more efficient and cost-effective manner.

The more than 11,000 square-foot $2.7 million building provides a new home for the Waterford Township Fire Department and includes five engine bays, a radio room, training room, and live-in area for first responders.

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