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Milford celebrates opening of new ambulance facility
The department will host an open house Saturday from 1 to 4 p.m. to let the public explore the new facility. A ribbon cutting will be held at 1:30 p.m.
"We tried to build the future into this building," he said.
There are showers, an exercise room, a medical records room, and a large office and reception area, as well as a small conference room where a base radio is set up in case something happens with the town's dispatch center.
The facility was built with energy efficiency in mind, said Shelberg, and high-efficiency boilers, LED lights, timers and sensors for both interior and exterior lighting should help reduce energy costs for the department.
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