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Los Angeles County Fire Station 172 is not in operation anymore, but it is not definitely closed as well.

Here is the node: https://navigator.er.usgs.gov/browse/node/1817696

Here is the official document that describe the current status: http://www.cityofinglewood.org/agendastaffreports/09-09-14/dr1.pdf

Also, the official GIS data for L.A County does not have this station anymore. Should we delete this point?

asked 15 Apr '15, 10:58

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edited 13 May '15, 08:36


If the structure is not present in the official data repository go ahead and deleted it. Even if authorities say that this is a temporary closure we are more concerned with the current status of the structure.

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answered 20 Apr '15, 09:09

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There is an exception for temporary closures. If the structure is a US Forest Service fire station that is only open seasonally, do not delete the point.

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answered 22 Feb '16, 11:43

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