Plans For Old Firehouse In Salisbury Move Forward - 47 ABC - Delmarva's Choice

Plans For Old Firehouse In Salisbury Move Forward

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SALISBURY, Md. - Some new changes are underway for the old firehouse in Salisbury.

Salisbury City Council voted unanimously at their meeting on September 23rd for Brad Gillis, the developer, to transfer the fire house property from G Plus Properties LLC, to a real estate development company he owns, called Devreco. Councilwoman Laura Mitchell says Devreco is basically the same group with the same plans, but the percentage of ownership amongst the group has changed.

There have been several rumors about what will go into the firehouse, but no official decision has been made. Mitchell says she expects more information on the plans to come out over the next few weeks.

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