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April 11--  The Montgomery County Commission has approved an inter-governmental agreement to build a new fire station in Tarrytown.

County manager David Curry says the Tarrytown city council must now approve the agreement.  The county plans to spend up to $99,000 in special purpose local option sales tax revenue to build the station and will lease it to the city of Tarrytown.  The Tarrytown Volunteer Fire Department will assist in construction of the building and use it to house its fire trucks.

At its monthly meeting Monday the Commission reappointed George Raiford to another four-year term on the Board of Assessors.  Earlier the board met with the assessors who want to relocate from their current office on the square in Mount Vernon.  The commission took the request under advisement.