New fire stations to serve Ogden and Leonardville discussed

By Bryan Richardson
Manhattan Mercury – December 22, 2017

The Riley County commission discussed new fire stations to serve Ogden and Leonardville.

The county is going through the process of applying for an U.S. Department of Agriculture loan to build the two fire stations.

If approved by the USDA, the $1.33 million loan will provide $581,368 for the Leonardville station at 108 West Barton Road and $750,190 for the Ogden station at 500 East Riley Ave.

Both stations will be 4,000 square feet with three vehicle bays, a training room, a private office, restrooms and a mechanical mezzanine.

Clint Hibbs of BG Consultants, who is working on project design, said the next steps are to complete the construction documents, submit documents for final review with the USDA and start the bidding process.



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