Junction City fire station gets much needed renovation

By Ann Olamiju
WIBW – Feb. 16, 2018


Junction City firefighters are taking matters into their own hands – and saving the city some money – by renovating their fire house’s living quarters.

The City was able to gather funds to help the firefighters with money for materials for the renovation and they provided the labor.

Junction City Fire Chief Terry Johnson said the entire Municipal Building is getting new plumbing throughout the entire building and the City was able to come with the funds for the updates.

“So basically we are buying the materials and the firefighters are doing the work of putting up the 2×4’s, putting up the sheet rock, doing a lot of the labor to remodel their living area,” said Johnson. “Firefighter lives here 24 hours a day.”

The renovations will include a female locker room and updated kitchen. Updates will be complete at the end of March.


Posted by Gwen Dorr Romine, KSFFA Webmaster
KSFFA’s Fire News Blog Home Page
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