LIVERMORE FALLS — Voters will consider on Tuesday, Nov. 6, a proposal to use up to $10,000 from the town’s surplus fund to conduct a feasibility study of property for a new fire station.

The polls will be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 6, at the Town Office.

Voters at the annual town meeting in June agreed to explore the possibility of building a fire station in the East Livermore section of town.

The town foreclosed on a property on Route 106 that has a mobile home and a garage. The property — about 3½ acres — is near the entrance to Pine Ridge Loop mobile home park.

The money would be used to conduct a feasibility study on the property to determine if it is suitable for a fire station. Another property might be considered, too.

Town Manager Stephen Gould previously said the town-acquired property looks suitable for a fire station, but he was not sure if the well and the septic system are viable. A number of items would have to be checked, including visibility.

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