Supervisors approve architect contract for Winchester and Lakeland Village fire station expansions

The Riverside County Board of Supervisors approved an architectural contract for the expansion of the Winchester and Lakeland Village fire stations.The supervisors’ 5-0 vote Tuesday, July 11, authorized a professional services agreement between the county and Holt Architects Inc. The Palm Desert architectural firm will be paid $558,200.Station 34 in Winchester is in the 32600 block of Haddack Street; it was built in 1999 and is currently 7,000 square feet. Station 11 in Lakeland Village is in the 33000 block of Maiden Lane, was built in 2001, and currently has 6,770 square feet of space. Both fire stations have single-room open sleeping quarters with no walls or partitions.A June 2022 county board of supervisors vote approved the projects to expand the fire stations in princi
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