Alachua County Fire Rescue Station 80 Groundbreaking
Press release from Alachua County
GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Alachua County Fire Rescue invites the public to join them for the groundbreaking of a new fire rescue station on Friday, March 10, at 10:00 a.m. at 10180 SW 24th Avenue in Gainesville. The outdoor event will include comments from County Manager Michele Lieberman, Alachua County Commission Chair Anna Prizzia, and Fire Rescue Chief Harold Theus.
The station will house an Advanced Life Support Engine, which will allow Alachua County Fire Rescue to fill a critical gap and work with neighboring stations to improve service for Alachua County residents.
“The men and women of Alachua County Fire Rescue are excited to be a part of these communities and look forward to enhancing the level of service with quicker response times in this growing area,” said Fire Chief Harold Theus.
As is usual in announcements from the county, the cost to taxpayers is not listed. The non-transparency continues.
Why is Alachua Couty building ANY hardware in Lil Timmy’s Springs County? Let them build their own with their zero taxes.