Grand Junction breaks ground for new police, fire facilities

Architects’ renderings of a new Grand Junction police headquarters and 911 center are scrutinized Monday by Grand Junction resident Harry Hagaman, a retired Marine brigadier general, during groundbreaking ceremonies. The facility will be built in a vacant lot in the 500 block between Ute and Pitkin avenues. The $35 million project includes renovation of the police headquarters and the main fire station for use by the Fire Department.



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Architects’ renderings of a new Grand Junction police headquarters and 911 center are scrutinized Monday by Grand Junction resident Harry Hagaman, a retired Marine brigadier general, during groundbreaking ceremonies. The facility will be built in a vacant lot in the 500 block between Ute and Pitkin avenues. The $35 million project includes renovation of the police headquarters and the main fire station for use by the Fire Department.

Before long, Grand Junction’s cramped police and fire headquarters will be a distant memory. Local officials took a symbolic step forward Monday, plunging gold-painted shovels into the…




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