Norwich Fire Chief Stephen Leinoff was waiting on a desk the other day.
He had a chair and a computer with some books to the side, but the desk was the last thing that needed to be moved to his new temporary office.
The police and fire stations are getting a new $1.3 million building, which will be done sometime next January. In the meantime, both stations have temporarily relocated.
Leinoff was the last person to move out of the old office.
Above, Leinoff points to where his new desk will go in this temporary space--a corner office behind a row of fire trucks.
Leinoff was cleaning out his old desk and sat among all his paperwork and clutter the other day.
The old public safety building, above, was recently destroyed by the fire department.
The new building, approximately 5,000 square feet, was approved by voters last November. The selectboard recently selected a contractor. The building will go in the same location as the previous public safety building.