The Venice City Council’s expected to consider rebuilding or replacing the fire station in downtown, because it no longer meets storm standards for wind or water. The Herald-Tribune reports the fire station, which dates back to 1974, must either be fortified or a new one needs to be built somewhere else. The city’s expected to ask FEMA about those options and which one the agency would help the city pay for. FEMA’s Pre-Disaster Mitigation program may pay up to 75% of the cost for the relocation or renovation of a fire station.