Voters Give Green Light for New Town of Superior Fire Hall

The public will be able to comment on the new building, April 17th.

SUPERIOR, Wis.- The residents of the Town of Superior voted yes Tuesday night for a new fire hall for the amount of $1.8 million.

The plan calls for the fire hall to be built behind the current fire hall, which is deteriorating .

The fire chief says a new building is essential.

“We’re very happy that the residents are happy and believe in us to give us an extra building,” fire chief Darryl Fiegle said.

The current structure is caving in and has various cracks in the foundation.

Chief Fiegle says a new space will provide better storage and room for training, both of which the current building is lacking.

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