Liberty Twp. considers location for new fire station, asks for public's help

LIBERTY TWP., Ohio - Residents of a Butler County community have the opportunity to weigh in on the location of a new fire station.

Liberty Township trustees plan to discuss concerns and answer questions about Fire Station No. 114 during a public work session Wednesday night. The meeting is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. at the administration building at 6400 Princeton Rd.

The proposed location for the station is three acres spread across three parcels of land at 5555, 5563 and 5573 Cincinnati-Dayton Road, just south of Kyles Station Road.

“It’s a good location because … it’s very serviceable and it provides a good central location for that quadrant of the township,” Fire Chief Pauly Stumpf told the Journal-News.

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Township spokeswoman Caroline McKinney called the plans for the fire station “very, very, very preliminary."

However, the design of the space is intended to mirror Fire Station No. 111 -- a 12,500-square-foot facility that opened in 2010 at 5170 Princeton-Glendale Road.

Site plans and artist renderings may be examined from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. from Monday through Friday in the township’s administration building.

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