North Augusta City Council gave the go-ahead to purchase an alternate property on which to locate Public Safety facilities on Monday evening.
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NORTH AUGUSTA — North Augusta City Council discussed the siting of a new fire station in the city on Monday evening, comparing the city-owned Flythe property, located on Georgia Avenue, to a piece of property on West Martintown Road.
The North Augusta City Council is set to make the final decision on whether or not to rezone land purchased for a fire station.
NORTH AUGUSTA — North Augusta City Council voted Monday in favor of rezoning property along Georgia Avenue the city owns – also known as the Flythe property – to public use zoning, which would allow the city to build a new Public Safety fire station on the property.
North Augusta Mayor Bob Pettit listens to a presentation on a new Public Safety fire station during a June 2019 City Council study session.
North Augusta City Council has taken one more step forward in their task of building a new Public Safety fire station.
North Augusta City Council gave the final approval to a land swap that is set to result in a new park in the city.