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Proposed Public Safety Complex Open House Tonight


Tonight, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the Sprague Library, the Mayor's Office will continue the next in a series of Open Houses to give residents an opportunity to review and comment on proposed site locations for a Public Safety Building and Emergency Operations Center, and learn about the criteria and steps used in the selection process. Members of the public are encouraged to attend an Open House and to offer their input. The next meeting will take place June 30 at the Day-Riverside Library. Please visit for updates on the latest details.