Manistee City Fire Department’s roof work is ongoing this week

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June 14, 2022

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An Ostrander Windows, Siding & Roofing crew could be seen at work on the Manistee City Fire Department roof on Tuesday. 

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An Ostrander Windows, Siding & Roofing crew could be seen at work on the Manistee City Fire Department roof on Tuesday. 

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An Ostrander Windows, Siding & Roofing crew could be seen at work on the Manistee City Fire Department roof on Tuesday. 

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An Ostrander Windows, Siding & Roofing crew could be seen at work on the Manistee City Fire Department roof on Tuesday. 

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An Ostrander Windows, Siding & Roofing crew could be seen at work on the Manistee City Fire Department roof on Tuesday. 

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An Ostrander Windows, Siding & Roofing crew could be seen at work on the Manistee City Fire Department roof on Tuesday. 

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An Ostrander Windows, Siding & Roofing crew could be seen at work on the Manistee City Fire Department roof on Tuesday. 

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An Ostrander Windows, Siding & Roofing crew could be seen at work on the Manistee City Fire Department roof on Tuesday. 

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MANISTEE — Ostrander Windows, Siding & Roofing crews could be seen starting roof work at the Manistee City Fire Department building on First Street on June 6, and the work is continuing. 

Mark Cameron, Manistee City Fire Department chief, said the roof work is part of the $336,505 bond. 

“This was supposed to take place in fall of (20)21, and we postponed it due to weather and availability of the contractor,” Cameron said. 

He estimated the roof work to take about two weeks.

In 2019, the fire station set a Guinness World Record in time for its 130th anniversary. It has been staffed 24-hours a day, seven days a week since 1889, making it the oldest continuously active station in Michigan and the world.

I mainly grew up in Gladwin, but have moved around living in other states and even in Japan for a time. I attended Mid Michigan Community College and Central Michigan University where I studied journalism, cultural anthropology and Japanese language and culture. I have won a list of Michigan Press Association awards in categories like investigative enterprise reporting, as well as other journalistic awards such as the Inland Press Association Newsroom Contest award for my contextual coverage of Great Lakes drownings, and was a top-20 winner of the Hearst Radio Competition’s collegiate category.  Prior to the News Advocate, I was the editor in chief and a reporter for the Gaylord Herald Times, a reporter for CMU Public Radio, a reporter for CM-Life newspaper and the Laker Current.

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