Highland Township’s (MI) new Fire Station One is nearly complete and the goal is to have it operating by the end of May or early June, reports SpinalColumnonline.com.
Serving as fire headquarters for the township, the new station will be 15,800 square feet and will replace its 52-year-old predecessor on Livingston Road.
Construction of Station Two aims to begin this summer. Station Two, located at 2550 East Wardlow Rd., will be 9,500 square feet. The total cost for construction of the two new fire stations is $8.5 million, with $5.3 million for Station One, and $3.2 million for Station Two.