The Osceola Village Board approved the purchase of the former Fullerton Lumber property last week, with the intent of repurposing the site as a fire hall. With the full support of all members of the board, the five members attending a special board meeting on April 17 unanimously approved the purchase of the former Fullerton Lumber property. Two members could not attend due to scheduling conflicts. The 9.03-acre site comes with two buildings, together totaling more than 41,000 square feet of readily available space. “The closing of the Fullerton Lumber business presented a strategic opportunity for us,” said Village Administrator Joel West. “The existing site will provide immediate, much-needed space for the fire department and more.