“As far as morning meetings, they have to leave and come up here,” fire Maj. Brandon Pursell said. “We think by consolidating, it will make things more efficient and eliminate some of that disconnect that happens when everyone is at a different spot.”
Edwards said the city also is trying to find a home for the 100,000-gallon water tower at the old police station site. He said the tank would be made available to any individual or municipality that can haul it off.
There has been some discussion in the past about modernizing it, but it's in terrible condition.”