Poll: Will You Vote to Approve Fire Station Renovations?
Voters will be asked to approve a $7.5 million bond referendum this November.
This November, voters will be asked to approve a $7.5 million bond referendum to fund the renovation and improvements to the Middletown Fire Station on Wyatt Road. Yesterday, Friends of Middletown Fire Station, a collaboration organized to educate residents about the proposal, urged residents to approve the referendum.
"An essential part of Middletown’s long-term capital improvement plan, this project will correct major deficiencies that exist at the current Middletown fire station facility," they wrote in a post on Patch.
According to the town administration, the project will not raise taxes. The proposal will pull funds from income it receives annually from a Navy housing contract.
Take our Patch Poll: Will you vote "yes" on Question 8, to approve the fire station renovations? Tell us why or why not in the comment section below.