Oct 7, 2014 3:23 PM by News Staff
Shasta County officials will be hosting a Town Hall meeting in Cottonwood tonight, the goal is to highlight the need for a new fire station.
Measure D, if passed, would allocate funds towards the construction of a new fire station in Cottonwood.
The current building that houses the Cottonwood Fire Protection District is 101-years-old and was originally used as an automotive garage.
A new $4 million facility that meets safety and building codes, at a location that provides quick access to major roadways has been proposed. The new station, if authorized, will be built on an empty lot on the corner of Fourth and Brush.
At Tuesday night's Town Hall Fire Chief Eugene Zahara will be available to answer any questions or concerns that residents have about Measure D.
The meeting will begin at 5:30 p.m. at the existing Cottonwood Fire Station.