Sandy Springs (GA) Paying for Temporary Fire Station Location

Sandy Springs will pay $1.2 million for a vacant, temporary site for a fire station while building a new fire station, reports Reporter Newspapers.

Fire Station Two is 50 years old and needs to be replaced. The temporary site, a former Enterprise car rental lot, is riddled with complexities for getting fire trucks in and out of traffic.

The proposed solution depends on the outcome of a lawsuit regarding the city’s attempt to evict three billboards from a lot across the street. Some council members are also concerned with the cost of the temporary station.

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