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Vidalia Considers VPD Options
Wednesday, 14 July 2010

July 14--  The city of Vidalia is planning on spending an estimated $1.5 million in local sales tax revenue to build a new police department.  The current 4,000 square foot building was built in 1972 and officials say it can no longer accomodate police operations.

The city council is considering various options on where to build a new 12,000 square foot police headquarters.

One option is to buy land around the Highway 280 corridor, however, the city already owns property which could accomodate a new building.  Under consideration are the site of the former fire station on Truman Street to the rear of the Dairy Queen, the former Rec Department location on Bay Street, and property to the rear of city hall near the current VPD building. 

 
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