Langley Firehouse gets one proposal

Langley is looking to sell the firehouse on Second Street, and so far it’s received only one bid.

  • Tuesday, May 19, 2015 5:39pm
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Langley is looking to sell the firehouse on Second Street, and so far it’s received only one bid.

Director of Community Planning Michael Davolio said it was the sole proposal submitted as of the noon deadline Monday, May 18. It was turned in that day, after weeks of notice for request for proposals. Callahan McVay, the current tenant who leases the former fire station from the city, is the lone applicant.

Davolio said he needed more time to review the offer made by McVay, which was not solely dependent upon a dollar amount, before making a recommendation to the city council.

 

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