Groundbreaking Held for New Fire Station in Millersville (MO)

The ceremony signaled the start of the $900,000 station’s construction, which is expected to be completed by August 1.

According to a report from The Southeast Missourian, a new Millersville (MO) Rural Fire Protection District (MRFPD) fire station will begin construction after its groundbreaking ceremony was held on Wednesday afternoon.

The ceremony, attended by members of the district’s board of directors, members of the contracted construction company, and MRFPD Chief Ray Warner, signaled the start of the $900,000 station’s construction, which is expected to be completed by August 1.

The new fire station was designed by Dille Pollard Architecture and will be built by Zoellner Construction, will house newer, larger apparatus and equipment; be more adaptable to changing fire service needs and types of emergency calls, help improve response times by accommodating volunteer staff, and replace the current building because of costly repairs.

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