Berea (OH) Considering Adding Weight Room to Station

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Berea (OH) city council is considering approving the construction of a weight room at the 2 Prospect St. station, reports Cleveland.com. Personnel currently has a few pieces of equipment it can access in the boiler room, which, officials say, isn’t safe.

The addition, which has been floated for several years, would be an enclosed room about 15 to 20 feet where an outdoor patio currently sits. The patio would be relocated to the other side of the building. Some new fitness equipment is anticipated to be purchased to supplement what they already have.

The estimated total project cost is between $50,000 to $75,000, according to officials.

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