Buyer May Be Found for Historic Plainfield (VT) Fire Station

Town officials are considering selling a fire station built in 1914, reports The Barre Montpelier Times Argus.

The fire station has been used to store historical items for the Plainfield Historical Society for the past few decades. But the building has fallen into disrepair.

Officials have spent years trying to figure out what to do with the fire station. They have considered moving the building. Residents have expressed a desire to restore the building, but $50,000 is not available to fix the building.

A person who recently bought a building that sits next to the fire station, may be interested in buying the fire station.

No action was taken by the board, but the topic is expected to be discussed at its next meeting.

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