During the Bethel Board of Selectmen meeting this week, members voted to hire an attorney to represent the town in an ongoing issue at the new police station. In heavy rain, water seeps through the brick in the firing range and there's disagreement on how to fix it. First Selectman Matt Knickerbocker says an independent engineer could be hired. The warranty on the building will cover the cost to fix the problem. Officers moved into the new facility in October 2018, but the range was not outfitted with equipment because it wasn't part of the original budget.