Elected officials from the Chelsea Area Fire Authority (CAFA) member municipalities will soon be given a copy of the 2016 fire authority’s proposed $1.438 million operationing budget. The proposed budget will be sent to the City of Chelsea, Lima, Lyndon and Sylvan townships for discussion and approval before the authority board votes on the final […]
The Chelsea Area Fire Authority Board bid farewell to longtime Board Chairman and Chelsea City Councilman Rod Anderson Tuesday morning, Oct. 20, and chose Tom Osborne as the interim chair of the board through the end of the year. Anderson chose not to run for re-election to the Chelsea City Council and as the city’s […]
New this year, West Middle Street near the fire station will be closed to traffic so the fire demonstrations can take place in front of the station, rather than behind it.
The Chelsea Area Fire Authority (CAFA) Board meeting scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 15 has been cancelled. CAFA’s next board meeting will take place Oct. 20 at 9 a.m. at the Chelsea Municipal Building in the City Council chambers.
The Chelsea Area Fire Authority board approved a budget adjustment of $160,000 to cover the renovation costs for Fire Station 2 in Lima Township at its meeting on Tuesday, July 21. The mid-year adjustment will come from CAFA’s reserve funds, which before the transfer, stood at about $650,000. “I’ve visited the Lima Station,” Lima Township […]
During the Lima Township Board meeting on Monday, July 13, Capital Improvements Committee Chairman Ed Greenleaf reported that more than 50 Township Hall surveys had been received. The survey asks residents if they are in favor of a refurbished hall with office space added to the current building or if they’d like to see a […]