Greenfield firefighters have moved into a temporary fire station and an 85-year-old fire station will be sealed for abatement, reports Greenfield Recorder.
The City Council previously approved $17.3 million for both the temporary and permanent stations, with roughly $2 million being designated for the temporary fire station.
The temporary fire station is expected to be in use for two years. That complex has two dorm buildings, which include a kitchen and meeting area and two apparatus bays. During that time, a new fire station will be built.