SACO — Saco City Councilors are expected to discuss an offer for the old fire station at Tuesday’s council meeting, the same day that marks the end of a four-month sales listing on the property.

City Administrator Rick Michaud said it is about the fifth offer made on the property since the city decided to build a new fire station. He said Tuesday’s discussion would take place in executive session and he declined to disclose details of the offer.

The 73-year-old fire station on Thornton Avenue has been vacant since April when the department moved to its new location on North Street. Around the same time, city councilors voted to list the property for sale at $475,000 for four months through CBRE/The Boulos Co. 

If the current offer is accepted, the next step would be to enter into a purchase and sales agreement, at which time, Michaud said, the sales price would be made public. If councilors reject the offer, he is unsure what the next step may be, but said if councilors were to discuss extending the listing through the broker that would be done in a public forum.

The meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. Tuesday in the City Hall auditorium.