In 2015, voters in Greenville rejected a referendum asking for $10.5 million for a new fire station and expanded town hall. After the vote, town leaders asked voters for feedback on the referendum. They heard one thing loud and clear: these are separate projects, so ask us separate questions.
So on the August 14 primary ballot, voters will weigh in on a revised question. This time, the town is looking for $6.5 million for the new Fire & Safety Building. Town Administrator Joel Gregozeski and Dept Fire Chief Eric Kitowski explained why the new facility is needed, and talk about the process for incorporating the town and recent economic development progress.