Lorain (OH) Fire Department Seeks Voter Support

The department is hoping for voter support to pass a levy that would raise about $1.4 million a year for the department.

The Lorain Fire Department is hoping for voter support to pass a levy that would raise about $1.4 million a year for the department, reports Morning Journal.

In 2016, city voters approved the levy to build two new fire stations. If the vote pass two fire stations will be refurbished. The buildings will have roofs constructed.

The drains in the apparatus bay and in the station parking lot need replacement as well.

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