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Larger vehicles may be worked on in new city shop
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The city's new shop building located west of Highway 99 just north of the Pine Street overpass. - photo by Contributed to the Courier

An open house was held on July 24 to celebrate the completion of the city of Ceres' new Vehicle Maintenance building at the city corporation yard at the corner of Hackett Road and Harold Street in Ceres.

Taking part in the ceremony were Councilmembers Mike Kline and Linda Ryno and City Manager Toby Wells.

The building was constructed by D. G. Granade Company at a cost of $742,947. It contains 3,883 square feet and is tall enough to allow the staff to work on the largest fire engines.