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Westborough Fire Station Captain Phil Kittredge stands in the cramped confines of the Fire Station.
Richard Lambert ( l) and Vinnie Borkowski (r ) prdo their best to sway residents not to vote yes in the debt exclusion vote for the new Fire Station. ters not to tnari best 0
Water leaking into the building over the years has damaged parts of the ceilings and walls.
Ladder 1 barely fits height-wise inside the Fire Station.
The evidence of 120-plus years of wear and tear shows on the basement walls.
The whistle tower cannot be used, officials say, because the vibrations from the whistle would topple it over.
There are a number of structural cracks in the building's facade.

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