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The Fire Station Building Committee, formed in February, consists of Michael Spahl, Dave Karalas, Nancy Runkle, Doug Bushman, Cindy Ivanski and Chief Kochanowski.
Carlson, chairman of the Fire Station Building Committee, for three contract change orders for the fire station project.
The Fire Station Building Committee is now full with the recent appointments of Joseph Haebler, Ralph Fiske, Daniel Prouty and Selectman John R.
Robertson were appointed by selectmen last week to the Fire Station Building Committee. The committee's task is to develop a plan for a new fire station on town-owned land at 4 Dresser Hill Road or on North Main Street, where the highway barn and Fire Station 2 are located.
The committee will consist of one selectman, one member of the former Library Building Committee, one person from the building trade, one from an area fire department with fire station building committee experience, two members from the Fire Department, and two from the public.