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Chemical Sanitizing Systems Building To Be New Police Station

(Le Mars) -- The former Chemical Sanitizing Systems building, located on south Business Highway 75 may serve as a new police station for the city of Le Mars.  The city council approved purchasing the building for $300,000 during its Tuesday meeting. Mayor Dick Kirchoff says it may be a while before the building is converted to serve as a police headquarters.

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Kirchoff says the present building that houses the city's police department, located at 22 2nd Street Northeast is starting to be costly to maintain, and the police are needing additional space.

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The Le Mars mayor says Chemical Sanitizing Systems Building location was appealing to city officials.

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Kirchoff says the city council has not discussed what to do with the present police headquarters, but he anticipates it may be turned into a public parking lot to accomodate events at the Olson Cultural Events Center.

 

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