by Worthington Daily Globe
March 31, 2011 at 3:07 pm in Worthington Daily Globe
WORTHINGTON Planning for the newly proposed fire station continued Thursday morning at a special city council session. Continue Reading
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I visited a town that is less then half the size of Worthington and they had a 3 bay firehouse. I think as long as it’s going to be built, it should be built with 4 bays. It didn’t seem like an excessive amount. What is the fireman’s input on location? They know better then anyone the best location for a firehouse.
“* Approved changes in the snow removal policy. The policy updates are mainly verbiage changes, with the most notable revision being the declaration of a snow emergency. ‘ Such as??? I guess if the public want’s to know what is said , then they need to go to the meetings. Certainly cannot depend on getting details from TDG.
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What happened to the 6 bay firehouse plans at the Campbell Soup site?
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Also, why does The Globe require 2.95 for a press pass to view the New fire station plans progressing Published 03/10/2011 whereas Worthington City Council approves fire station schematics Published March 15, 2011, 5 days later is still available for free?
I think this is why a private company should not be the source of public information. Public information should be free.
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Thank you for letting us know; I have fixed it.
Public notices are archived and freely available on the Globe’s site: http://www.dglobe.com/?event=tag&group=NULL&id=1926&tag=notices#ct:1
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Thanks for correcting that but it’s not the first time public notices have accidentally been put behind the pay wall.
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The current undersized and outdated firehouse has 4 bays. Why on earth would the city suggest 3 bays when 4 bays isn’t enough?
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