When asking for $36 million, people want to know what it's going to be used for, which is why the Twin Falls Fire Department opened their doors to the public Saturday. Capt. Aaron Hudson explained why Station 2 opened its doors.
"We want to make sure that people are educated and they have all the facts and information they might need to make a good decision. We want to let people know the need, why the need exists for this bond," Hudson said.
Debbie Dane, a member of the citizens committee, explained what some of those needs are.
"None of our stations meet standard. They’re not ADA accessible, there are no fire sprinkling systems, those types of things that we take for granted in public places, they don't have that protection here," Dane said.
There's also another issue.