VIDEO: Town officials could ask electors to approve the construction of a new $5.8 million to $6.7 million fire station next year, three years after a larger proposal was soundly defeated in a referendum. Town Administrator Joel Gregozeski said the vote could come through a special town meeting or a referendum. That includes the spring primary in February, the general election in April, the partisan primary in August and the general election in November. If the project is approved, the final design work would take three to four months. "It would likely be a late 2018 or early 2019 construction, at the very earliest," Gregozeski said.