Williamsburg (VA) City Council to Vote on Fire Station Funding

The Williamsburg City Council is set to vote on funding a $16-20 million fire station project, reports 13 News Now.

The city’s fire department is currently housed in a building that was constructed in 1977 and expanded in 2009.

That station suffers several issues that the Fire Department would like addressed in a renovation – including small bay sizes, inadequate decontamination facilities, cramped bunk rooms, faulty sewer lines, 13 roof leaks and a sprinkler system that doesn’t span the whole building.

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