Bow voters reject public safety building plan

Bow voters reject public safety building plan
By Alllie Morris
Monitor staff
Friday, March 14, 2014

Bow residents overwhelmingly rejected plans to construct a $6.8 million public safety building, one year after a more expensive plan was narrowly defeated.

The condition of the station will have to wait until the meeting resumes March 24.
After an hour of voting, the tally came to 425-257. It needed a two-thirds majority to pass. A separate article, which would have approved a $200,000 geothermal heating and cooling system for the building, was also rejected, 410-271. The plan would have replaced the town’s outdated fire station with a new building housing the fire, police and emergency management departments across the street.

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