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A fiery debate

Prince Rupert's emergency buildings are in a crumbly state of disrepair.
The City of Rainbows needs to replace BOTH its Fire Hall and police station.
A proposed emergency services building, which could house both the fire department and police, will cost 6-million dollars.
But the city may have to raise new property taxes before it can put shovels in the ground.
As Daybreak's George Baker discovers, the issue has some locals hot underneath the collar.

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