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New life for old Snoqualmie siren?

Historic Snoqual-mie's characteristic noon siren may still have a place in the downtown's future after all.

The siren last sounded May 9 at the now-demolished downtown fire hall.

But siren revivalists could be seeing, and possibly hearing, it sooner than they think. The siren and its 6-foot scaffold will be placed atop the Mignone Interiors building in the downtown business block in the next few weeks, and an effort is underway to get a new clock to regulate the siren's call.

"It's a little flat down here without it," said Kristi Wood, principal at Mignone Interiors, an interior decorating and retail business.

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