COLUMBIA, Ala. (WDHN) — Columbia council members met Tuesday night to discuss the latest of the Fire and EMS building.
Some said the current building is a metal structure, and it’s not stable when it comes to strong winds.
According to Mayor Rhonda Freeman, the insurance company said if the building is damaged by wind, they won’t pay for it. Instead, it would have to be burned down to be covered.
Even though the building is not the safest, some of the council members want to continue to use it.
The Columbia council will meet on March 2 to decide what to do next.