DULUTH - Neighbors got a chance to weigh in on plans to restructure some fire halls in Duluth.
The department is looking to shut down operations at the Woodland and UMD stations and send two firefighters from UMD to Lakeside and Gary New Duluth.
That would give each station four firefighters.
A brand new building has been proposed to replace them near the intersection of Snively Road and Woodland Avenue.
"I think we have a very good plan. You're never gonna make everybody happy, but this is a good place that we can respond throughout the whole district, we can be efficient and safe, and it'll be a nice station," said Chief John Strongitharm, with the Duluth Fire Department.
The department has been meeting with the public for the past five months getting input.
There is no word on when a final decision will be made.