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  • Group Resumes Fundraising Drive For New Police Station

    A nonprofit group is resuming its fundraising drive to collect money that would be used to build a new police station for the 45-member town police department.

    Town police have long sought new quarters to replace their existing facilities at 3 Main Street in the building known as Town Hall South.

  • Commission Forms Police Facilities Panel

    The Police Commission has formed a subcommittee to pursue creating a new police station to better meet the space needs of the 45-member police department.

    Police Commission members at a February 4 session named commission members James Viadero and Andrew Sachs to serve on that panel.

  • $18 Million Goal: Private Fund Drive Launched For New Police Station

    A group of about ten people, whose members want anonymity, have started a private fundraising drive with the goal of building a new police station for the town police department to replace the existing station at 3 Main Street.

    Over the past decade, Police Commission members have occasionally described the inadequacies of the existing police station and resolved to pursue new quarters for the 45-member police department, but to date that resolve has not translated into concrete results.