City Council Approves Over $3 Million to Replace Jackson (MS) Fire Station

The Jackson City Council approved over $3 million in funding to replace a fire station, reports Clarion Ledger.

The station will replace Fire Station No. 20 and be built next to the existing building. A city official said a fire station was long overdue.

The new station will be built by Castle Black Inc. The company was one of six that submitted bids for the project.

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