Corinna (ME) Fire Department May Receive $1.7M to Relocate HQ

A fire department that serves Corinna (ME) and Exeter could receive as much as $1.7 million in federal grants to relocate and turn a building into its new headquarters, reports bangordailynews.com.

The potential new home is located on Fernald Avenue—across the street from the department’s current Exeter Street headquarters, the report says.

The department’s current facility is small and was built in 1952, officials say. In addition, the building has problems with flooding and parts of the concrete floor are starting to crack.

The new digs would allow the department to continue serving the two towns, as well as the six other towns with which it has mutual-aid agreements, officials say.

Earlier: Howland and Corinna (ME) Seek $4M for Station Upgrades

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