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Public Meeting on Proposal for New PD in Highland

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Residents in Highland are encouraged to attend a community meeting next week to receive public input on a proposal to construct a new police station. Highland Police Commander George Georgeff says the current police station was built in 1969 and since then they have out-grown the space as the police department has doubled in size.
Commander Georgeff says it is important residents attend because the proposal would be a big project for the town and would be an expense that residents would have to bear on their taxes, so they want residents to know their money would be well spent.
The site for the proposed new police station would be just west of the current police department/town hall, on Cottage Grove Avenue, off Ridge Road. The meeting takes place Monday, October 9th, at 7pm in the Highland Town Hall. Commander Georgeff says presentations will given and residents will be able to have any concerns addressed.
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