Norwalk to spend $10,000 to study the need for a new fire station

Norwalk City Council on Tuesday approved appropriations of $10,000 for a study to determine the need for a new fire station. Council also approved spending $15,260 to add a half-time support staff position to aid the city's civil engineer and $735,000 to fulfill an EPA mandate for the Corwin Street area sewer system improvements.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

 

Norwalk City Council on Tuesday approved appropriations of $10,000 for a study to determine the need for a new fire station.

Council also approved spending $15,260 to add a half-time support staff position to aid the city's civil engineer and $735,000 to fulfill an EPA mandate for the Corwin Street area sewer system improvements.

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