Plymouth Council Moves Forward on Valor Place, Fire Station Revamp
In city council news, the Plymouth city council voted to approve a project called Valor Place, which would provide affordable, temporary rental housing for veterans and their families. The city council also accepted bids to demolish and rebuild Fire Station 2 and renovate Fire Station 3.
About Valor Place
The Plymouth Housing and Redevelopment Authority is overseeing a project called Valor Place. The project would be a twinhome on the northeast corner of Fernbrook Lane and Rockford Road. The rental property would help two veterans’ families, whose income is at 50 percent of the area’s median income, which is $51,000.
Plymouth Fire Stations to be Revamped
The city council also moved forward on a plan to demolish and rebuild fire station two and renovate fire station 3. The two projects are expected to begin this spring and not be completed until late next summer. Fire staff say the fire stations do not have adequate space for overnight crews or contain the proper decontamination areas. For more on that story, click here.
To listen to the discussion at the council meeting, click here.