Plaistow police station plans near airing
On May 15, the town’s Public Safety Complex Committee will be holding interviews with five design firms vying to complete a feasibility study for a new police station and refurbished public safety complex.
The public safety committee will use the May 15 interviews to make recommendations to the Board of Selectmen to hire one of the firms for the feasibility study.
Town Manager Sean Fitzgerald said each member of the public safety committee will fill out a separate and thorough evaluation form for each firm and turn those results in to selectmen to help them make a final decision on hiring a firm.
“The longer we wait, the more it is going to cost,” he said. “It is inevitable that the building is going to be built. It is a matter of how much we are willing to pay and how long we are willing to wait.”
“The number of finalists will be based on the scoring (the committee) does,” said Selectman John Sherman. “There could be two or three based on the initial evaluation.”
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