Goffstown fire stations need significant upgrades
The Church Street station in town center was built in 1959. Firefighters work in crowed spaces, with their gear and apparatus kept in various places, and some equipment is decontaminated in the kitchen or bathrooms. The Church Street and Mast Road stations have lead paint and floor tiles contain asbestos. The Tirrell Hill station’s well contains radon and arsenic, O’Brien said.
The Fire Station Improvement Committee found that Tirrell Hill Road Station 17 has significant problems with the structure and mechanical components. The committee recommended that the building be reconfigured and the existing apparatus areas be converted to office and crew spaces, and a new apparatus bay be added to the building.
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