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Sign the Petition to keep open the Greycoat Fire Station

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The petition was created by Paul Dimoldenberg and reads:

     'We the undersigned petition Westminster City Council to to
     urge the Mayor to keep Westminster Fire Station in Greycoat
     Place open. Westminster is a densely populated part of central
     London; it is the seat of Government with tens of thousands of
     people working here requiring the highest standards of fire
     cover 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The proposal to close
     Greycoat Place Fire Station will reduce the local Fire
     Service's capacity to respond as quickly and effectively as
     necessary to safeguard life, property and businesses.".'


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