Project to Replace Outdated Regional Fire School in Burrville Can Begin
Torrington Fire School Project to Begin Soon in Burrville
Members of the Connecticut State Firefighters Association thanked Governor Malloy in Hartford for the bond allocation approval Tuesday morning. Pictured above from left to right: Chief James Koser, Litchfield Fire Department and CSFA County Vice-President; Chet Haber, Director of Hartford County Fire School; Assistant Chief Richard Winn, West Hartford Fire Department and Director of Torrington Regional Fire School in Burrville; Connecticut Governor Dan Malloy (D); Chief Leslie Schull, Baltic Fire Department and Director of the Eastern Connecticut Fire School in Willimantic ; Al Hawkins, CSFA Education Committee Chairman and Director of the Eastern Connecticut Fire School.
CT Bond Commission Approves $13.2 Million for Burrville Fire School
The Connecticut Bond Commission approved the the allocation of $13,186,400 to fund the long-awaited construction project to replace the worn, crumbling and outdated regional fire school located in Burrville that serves the greater Torrington area. The Bond Commission meeting at the Legislative Office Building late Tuesday morning July 12th went quickly as Governor Dan Malloy led the proceedings and announced nearly $189 million dollars in total spending for the state.
The CSFA Education Committee awaits bonding allocation approval for similar regional fire school projects Beacon Falls, Cheshire and Willimantic.
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