New renovations planned for Easton's EMS Center
Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz joined local leaders on Monday to announce almost $400,000 in state bond funding for renovations at the Easton Emergency Medical Service center.
The 98-year-old building will have improvements that include gutting the interior for sleeping quarters, training space and moving the garages.
"We need to replace septic systems here and install watershed protection. We need more parking, and we needed a larger facility," said Bysiewicz.
The renovation is estimated to cost $3.6 million, and it will be funded by taxpayers and private donations.