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Yes, both with the Village and the Bartlett Fire Protection District
Two stations are required to meet the required response times for emergency medical services and fire response.
The project has not gone to the Development Commission. A meeting before the Development Commission will only be required if a variance is required. It is currently under review.
There have been no studies done to indicate if property values will be positively or negatively affected. The property for the station is already owned by the Village and is bordered by train tracks to the south, a water treatment facility to the west, and the library to the east.
Yes. Advanced safety notification identifying the station will be installed. Street pavement will also be striped at entrance of the station.
Yes, there is currently enough room.
We will evaluate adding a streetlight on Schick Rd. after the station is built. No additional streetlight is planned on Audrey Lane.
The station has been designed to be one story, with a two-story apparatus bay.
A generator with a self-enclosed fuel container will be installed per building codes and safety regulations
No. The adjacent tracks are owned by Canadian National. There will be no work done within the RR right of way.
Since 2005 several potential lots have been evaluated for a new station. None of these resulted in a viable option