Town and Town of Madison See Mutual Benefit in Fire Hall Agreement | Local government

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The City of Madison can rent the City of Madison Fire Station on Fish Hatchery Road for free for up to two years to continue fire and EMS services while it renovates and expands its own nearby fire station on West Badger Road.


DEAN MOSIMAN, STATE JOURNAL


The City of Madison can rent the City of Madison Fire Station on Fish Hatchery Road for free for up to two years to continue fire and EMS services while the city renovates and expands its own nearby fire station on West Badger Road.

In return, the city would guarantee that five city employees would be hired by the city in comparable positions when the city absorbed most of the city on October 31, 2022. The rest of the city, including the town hall and barracks of firefighters, would be going to Fitchburg at that time.

The city has been providing fire and emergency services to the city since November 1, 2020, in anticipation of the seizure, and the city has not used its fire station since then. At the time, three of the city’s firefighters joined the City Fire Department’s Fast Track Fire Academy.

Meanwhile, the city has plans to renovate and expand Fire Station No.6, 825 W. Badger Road, with the capital budget proposed by Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway providing $ 3.96 million to begin with. construction in 2022.

The project will expand the building from 10,850 square feet to 13,250 square feet to accommodate a future double business, improve interior spaces, expand community offerings and improve the appearance and function of the site.


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