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Redmond Approves Public Safety Facility Bond

The Redmond City Council this week voted to approve placing a 40-million- dollar bond on the May ballot to fund a new police headquarters. The decision is being applauded by Neighbors for a Safe Redmond.

The Redmond Police Department has outgrown its current facility which was originally designed to house around 30 people. Committee Co-Chair for Neighbors for a Safe Redmond said right now the building houses double that number. The building costs taxpayers around 30-thousand in repairs each year.

With Council committing an additional 2.9 Million in ARPA funds, that amount would be drastically reduced with taxpayers paying approximately $12 a month for the new building.

 

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