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A Michigan State Historic Site and a contributing property to a US Historic District, the Lake Linden Village Hall and Fire Station is a beautiful public building in Lake Linden, Michigan. It was built in 1901 as a means to cope with the devastating 1887 fire that has wiped out three-quarters of the village. The local council decided that a fireproof structure will be the best move to ensure nothing of that tragedy will happen in the area again, so, the construction of the new building commenced in 1901.

Following Charles K. Shand?s designs, the Lake Linden Village Hall and Fire Station was completed within just a year. It opened in 1902 and immediately housed the fire station, village offices, the polling place, and the meeting hall.
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