Greenwood County (SC) Approved for Sixth Fire Station

In addition, Council officials secured a $25,000 donation for the county fire and EMS services.

Greenwood County (SC) officials approved the contract to build the sixth and final fire station of the Capital Project Sales Tax, reports indexjournal.com.

The station will be on Morgan Road in Hodges, across from Walt’s Shoals Junction Station. Officials say the station will add 103 new structures to the county fire service area, and 99.6% of the homes in Greenwood County will be within five miles of a fire station.

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The Gordon Group was the winning bidder for construction at $403,266. The two-bay station will include a bathroom, office, and storage and training rooms.

In addition, Council officials secured a $25,000 donation for the county fire and EMS services.

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