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Thursday, July 26, 2012

Plans shown for 12th Street police substation

Posted By on Thu, Jul 26, 2012 at 4:30 AM

NEW SUBSTATION: Plans unveiled this week, groundbreaking coming soon.
  • NEW SUBSTATION: Plans unveiled this week, groundbreaking coming soon.

NEW SUBSTATION: Plans unveiled this week, groundbreaking coming soon.
  • NEW SUBSTATION: Plans unveiled this week, groundbreaking coming soon.

Fox 16 has a full report on developing plans for a new police station on 12th Street, close by the area coveted by business interests for a Technology Park. City Director Kenneth Richardson, who represents the area, has been among the handful of city officials pressing for more consideration of neighborhood needs.

Fox 16 quotes Richardson as saying the new building would have space for more than police facilities. It could include a clinic or a food outlet, perhaps even selling doughnuts.

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