According to Manteca Bulletin, the living quarters for the Lathrop Manteca Fire Department battalion chief that serves Historic Lathrop could get a much-needed overhaul thanks to an allocation of COVID stimulus funds from the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors.
COVID Funds Worth $1 Million to Upgrade L-M Department of Fire
An urgently needed overhaul of the living quarters for the Lathrop Manteca Fire District battalion chief that give out Historic Lathrop owing to a budget of COVID stimulus funds from the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors.
Funds for COVID Amounting to $1M are Given to Upgrade the L-M Department of Fire. As attested by the district, the supervisors are in favor of the approval of a disbursement scheme that would budget more than an amount of $1M to the district that it ploys to utilize for infrastructure upgrades to the living rooms for the battalion chief outside of the renovated station 31 just lately.
During the building, employees that were assigned to station 31 were temporarily moved out and a battalion chief was accommodated in the old administrative offices complex to give replies to calls in the location while employees were relocated from the other stations.
Funds were Given to the L-M Department for Upgrades, and Employees were Relocated Temporarily
Those living quarters were accommodated by the district’s administrative officers before the beginning of Station 35 at River Islands and worked as the only 24/7 staffed area in Historic Lathrop by the time of large work that was newly completed on nearby Station 31.
The money, which came from the American Rescue Plan Act, was not straightly allotted to the fire districts but to the counties in which they are residents. Approval by the board of supervisors was necessary for the district to receive the money.