Building project plans on display at Plymouth board meeting Monday

PLYMOUTH – Town residents are invited to see the layout and design scheme for a proposed addition of office space to the southeast side of the Plymouth Fire House.



The documents will be on display at the town board’s monthly meeting at 6:30 p.m. Monday at the fire house, located at 3461 state Highway 23.

Town Supervisor Jerry Kreiner said the 2,200 square foot proposed addition will be built for an estimated $305,000. The funds are currently available after what he described as a decade of “prudent planning” by town councilmen. The project’s price was estimated high for planning purposes, he added.

The addition will provide space for four offices, a meeting room and a records storage room. Offices will be for the town clerk, town justice and town supervisor, with one shared by the town assessor and code enforcement officer.


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