Ashland gets new firehouse/town hall and sewer
Dec 31, 2010 7:02 am
[caption id="" align="alignright" width="200" caption="The Ashland Fire House and town hall burned on January 11, 2010. It is now being rebuilt. Image from statter911.com."][/caption]Early last January, the far western Greene County mountaintop town of Ashland saw its firehouse/town hall burn to the ground by dark of night. Now, according to a new report in the Daily Mail, a new facility is underway... not quite as big as everyone originally wanted, but better than what was. And, combined with work to complete a new New York City-funded sewer system, the first signs of real progress the town (which supplied the Farmers Museum in Cooperstown with many of its historic structures) has seen in some time. It's a nicely-written piece, as usual, from Mike Ryan.