Wheatland firehouse plans going before the public

  • Source: Kenosha News
  • Published: 09/05/2019 04:28 AM

A series of public information meetings to get feedback on revised plans for a new firehouse in Wheatland continue today. “The goal is to get accurate information out there to the public and get their feedback,” Fire Chief Lou Denko said. “There is still a rumor out there that this is a $5.5 million project. That plan got thrown out a long time ago.” The plan, which would cost an estimated $3.7 million, is a scaled down version of a plan presented last year at the request of the Town Board. It no longer includes a garage and office for the town constable or room for other town departments. Residents who could not attend an initial meeting Wednesday night have another opportunity to learn about the plan and offer their opinion at a meeting set for 10 a.m. to noon today at the firehouse, 34001 Geneva Road.



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