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News - April 16, 2021

Fort Payne Police Division inside undergoes feasibility examine

FORT PAYNE, Ala. – The Metropolis of Fort Payne is wanting into make the police division a simpler and environment friendly area for officers.

After greater than 80 years, town corridor constructing on Gault Avenue in downtown Fort Payne remains to be standing proud.

It has had a bit work carried out on the skin since then, although.

“A few years in the past we did an outdoor renovation to the constructing and made the skin look higher and now the within must match the skin,” stated Mayor Brian Baine.

It’s now homes the police division after the Metropolis Council moved into a brand new area a number of years in the past.

Baine stated it is without doubt one of the final metropolis buildings to be up to date.

“There have been some renovations carried out via the years of placing partitions up and it’s not likely a cohesive plan to get the utmost quantity of use of area,” added Baine.

Information 19 has been making an attempt to get inside to get video and present the issue areas for over every week however has not been granted entry by the police division.

An architect is at the moment trying out the constructing and getting enter from the brand new police chief to see what’s going to work finest for the division.

“As of late, our police face a complete lot. Once they go away for the day, they don’t know in the event that they’re coming residence or not. We simply really feel like that’s been one of many final locations to be renovated within the metropolis and we really feel they deserve a snug, higher place to return into work to,” Baine stated.

The feasibility examine which is costing town round $23,000 is anticipated to be full by mid-Could.

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