OCEAN CITY, Md. - The town of Ocean City has decided not to go forward with spending 30,000 dollars on designs for a new fire station three building.
The decision, which was a four to three vote, resulted in the council requesting the town engineer and fire chief to reassess the current building located on 74th Street.
Officials say the council may use the projected 30,000 dollars budgeted for architecture and engineering to improve the current facility.
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