Proceeds from the sale would go to constructing trainingfacilities for the city's fire department. Reportedly, the citywould use the commercial development exemption allowed under statelaw that would enable the city to go through a modified publicprocess in selling the site and negotiating with developers.

Environmental testing and land surveys on the site have beenauthorized and the site could be put out to bid by early nextmonth. The city council is to vote on the plan shortly.

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