Fire museum concept goes to JC council

The Jefferson City Council will be presented a resolution Monday to endorse the concept of a new firefighter museum.

The resolution to use the current animal shelter, being vacated this month, and the old fire station No. 2 on East Miller Street as the museum, specifies the animal shelter building would be used to house exhibits, while the fire station would be modeled to showcase the history of the building itself, which opened in 1935.

City Administrator Nathan Nickolaus has said the museum could be a way to increase the area’s tourism ....

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