City breaks ground on second fire station on Fort Meigs Road
Tue, 04/10/2018 - 10:10amNews Staff
The smiles of the Perrysburg firefighters tells the story–last week, they joined city officials and invited guests to the groundbreaking ceremony of the new, $9.8 million second fire station on Fort Meigs Road. The Collaborative Inc. is serving as the architect for the 22,000- square-foot project with the Lathrop Company handling the construction management services.
President of Council Jim Matuszak thanked the men and women of the fire division. “Day in and day out, you are on duty and ready to respond in a moment’s notice to help us with what may be some of our most trying times. We are grateful for your courage, dedication and commitment to serving our community.”
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