Lindenhurst firehouse plan will lift taxes

Rendering of new Lindenhurst Village firehouse on Wellwood

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Rendering of new Lindenhurst Village firehouse on Wellwood Avenue by Jeffrey Sendlewski. (Credit: Jeffrey Sendlewski)

Lindenhurst Village officials plan to knock down the deteriorating main firehouse and replace it with a larger building that will be paid for with a $6-million bond, resulting in a tax increase.

The announcement came Tuesday night at a public forum that culminated a more than yearlong evaluation of whether the fire department's main building on Wellwood Avenue was salvageable. The assessment...

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