Aug 28, 2003
MISSISSAUGA, Thursday, August 28, 2003 - Fire Station 122, the last fire station planned for the City of Mississauga, is being dedicated to former Mississauga Fire Chief Gordon Bentley who served during the Mississauga train derailment in 1979.
Mayor Hazel McCallion, Mississauga Fire & Emergency Services Chief Garry Morden along with senior staff will pay tribute to former Fire Chief Bentley as they unveil a dedication plaque honouring his service to the City of Mississauga. The station will be officially declared open as Mayor McCallion, Ward 9 Councillor Pat Saito and invited guests unveil a plaque for the station and cut through the fire caution tape.
Fire Station 122 is located in Churchill Meadows, the latest new development in Ward 9. The station is designed to blend in with the surrounding community and operate as a practical working building.
The official opening will take place:
Friday, September 5, 2003 - 3 to 5 p.m.
Fire Station 122
3600 Thomas Street at Tenth Line
map available upon request
Mississauga is a distinct major Canadian city. As Canada's sixth largest city, it is considered a municipal leader in fiscal responsibility, technology and urban development. Mississauga provides its citizens with state-of-the-art facilities and programs and is recognized as the safest city in Canada to live, work and play.