Hearing Being Proposed on $10.8 million Manlius (NY) Fire Station

 

The second of three hearings on the proposed new $10.8 million Manlius fire station is set at the Manlius fire station.

Plans for the new fire station will be presented, and questions will be taken.

The project would cost taxpayers between $32 and $48 more a year for a home assessed at $100,000, village officials say. That would make the total cost for the project over the 30 year bond between $960 to $1,440 on such a home.

The fire station would be 26,000 square feet. For comparison, the new Fayetteville fire station is 18,000 square feet.

The proposed one-story fire station would be built at the corner of Route 92 and Enders Road in Manlius on a 4 1/2-acre site. It would serve the town of Pompey and Manlius fire districts, along with the village of Manlius.

By law, only village of Manlius residents will be able to vote on the bond referendum; although the cost will be be shared by village residents and residents in the town of Manlius and Pompey fire protection districts.

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