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Construction of new Pawnee City Fire Hall approved

(KLZA)-- The Pawnee City Council voted during their April 12 meeting to move forward with the construction of a new Fire Hall.

Bids came in higher than expected for the building and following negotiations with AHRS Construction of Bern, Kansas,  to make changes to the building plans the cost will be $746,021. 

Changes to the plan include deleting a concrete parking lot on the north side of the building,  a change in the heating system,  eliminating a steel liner on the interior walls but still allowing for insulation.

There will be water in the building to fill fire trucks but there will be no toilets in the building.

The total reductions came to $100,979.  

The City will use $392,000 in Community Development Block Grant funds,  $95-thousand from a USDA Grant,  $40-thousand from a USDA loan and just over $259-thousand from the Rural Fire District to pay for the construction of the building.  

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