Lincoln plans fire district consolidation study

Lincoln plans fire district consolidation study

LINCOLN - Let's say Lincoln did not have any fire stations, equipment or personnel. No chiefs, no ladders and no engines. What would the town need to keep its 21,000 residents safe?

That's the key question that town officials want answered as they look ahead to a town-wide fire consolidation, so they are starting from scratch.

On March 19, the Public Safety Committee voted to give Town Administrator T. Joseph Almond the ability to outline what information the town needs to move forward with consolidation of its six autonomous departments.

Find out more about the town's fire consolidation, and when voters are expected to have their say, by reading the E-paper edition.

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