The city’s second new fire station project took a step forward last month with approval of its design and architecture. The Plan Commission unanimously approved the station that will be built at the corner of Syene and West Clayton roads for an estimated $7 million. The first new station opened last year on Marketplace Drive. The 26,832-square-foot second station will replace the current Lacy Road station, though administrative offices will be maintained at that location. The apparatus bay at the new station would be large enough to hold two engines, a ladder truck, a tender truck, two ambulances and three other vehicles. The building would also include 10 bunk rooms, a kitchen, a day room, workout room and space for some offices and training areas.