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THE SAUGUS ADVOCATE
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was no need to hire additional
firefighters until the firehouse
was built, he said.
Long blames the project’s
demise on the departure of
then-Town Manager Edward J.
Collins, Jr. in 1996 to become
chief financial officer and trea-
surer for the City of Boston.
“If Ed Collins had stayed as
town manager, that fire sta-
tion would have been built by
now,”Long said in an interview
this week.
Long said a meeting he at-
tended about a month ago on
AvalonBay’s proposed devel-
opment at the former Hilltop
site motivated him to speak –
first, behind the scenes, and lat-
er publicly – in thisweek’s inter-
view. “When I saw the propos-
al for 280 apartments, that got
me thinking – it’s just a stone’s
throw from where we want to
put the fire station,” Long said.
“The next thing, it kindof bal-
looned out from there,”he said.
Long said he met with Town
Manager Scott C. Crabtree and
later talked with a few other
people involvedwith towngov-
ernment.
Selectmen need
to get involved
The Hilltop site isn’t the only
area on the town’s west side
where potential development
is increasing the needs for a
new fire station, according to
Long. “This is the time to lay a
strong foundation for a need
that couldn’t be any more self-
evident,” Long said.
Long suggested that town
officials – particularly the town
manager and the Board of
Selectmen – find out if ade-
quate funds are still available
to build a west side fire station
and whether the house at 270
Main St. can be sold to help fi-
nance the project. Also, offi-
cials should look at possible
available sites for the fire sta-
tion, he said.
“Now is also the time to look
at the equipment and man-
ning that will be necessary for
a third fire station in town …
It wouldn’t be a huge effort to
findoutwhat’s necessary toget
this back on the front burner
again,” Long said.
“Under our Town Charter,
we require a capital improve-
ment budget. This work would
involve the selectmen. They,
along with the town manager,
can identify what needs to be
done,”he said.
Long called his conversation
with Crabtree “encouraging.”
“He seemed to be very recep-
tive to identifying what needs
to be done to get that station
running,” Long said. “I received
a very positive feeling fromhim
– that he understood the ne-
cessity.
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