|Plans for eventual replacement of the Prince Rupert Fire Hal|
was among some of the Capital Spending items reviewed on Monday
By Prince Rupert City Council
The city's Police and Fire Departments got some attention as part of this weeks approvals for Capital Spending, with Council approving of some spending plans for the Prince Rupert Fire/Department while also observing on the ongoing work towards the new RCMP detachment for the community.
The new RCMP detachment, which is planned for property adjacent to the Court House at Third East and McBride did not make for any conversation from the Council membership, and for the most part its status was that of an information piece as part of the Capital Spending review towards the 30 million dollar capital project, with few other details on the planning revealed.
When plan move forward, the funding for the New Detachment will come by way of Municipal borrowing.
The Prince Rupert Fire/Rescue service will also see some momentum towards a new structure begin in 2022, with Council approving the Capital budget item towards design of a new Fire Hall, though few details related to a location or timeline towards a build was made note of from the Monday afternoon session.