Reynoldsburg City Council (OH) Approves Land Sale for Fire Station

Reynoldsburg City Council unanimously approved a land sale for a fire station for West Licking Joint Fire District, reports This Week Community News.

The vacant land was gifted to the city in 2003 for future parkland. In addition to a new fire station, the WLJFD will install a pedestrian path.

The West Licking Fire District operates five stations serving 109 square miles encompassing the communities of Reynoldsburg, Pataskala and Kirkersville, as well as Etna, Harrison and Jersey townships.

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