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Elizabeth City's government is looking into the possibility of a new home for the Elizabeth City Police Department, shown here, Friday.
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Elizabeth City's government is looking into the possibility of a new home for the Elizabeth City Police Department, shown here, Friday.

City studying options for police HQ

By William F. West

The Daily Advance

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The recent discovery of mold in the aging Elizabeth City police station has renewed calls by city councilors for a new home for the police department and other public safety officials.

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Freespeaker said everything correctly.

Read his comment at the bottom.

Money pit

They made a movie about it. Find another option like the old library building.

city studying options for police HQ

Cap, the old library building is already occupied and being used. It houses the Pasquotank County Tax Office, Deeds Office, Register of Deeds office, the Property Records, the Birth, Marriage , Death Certificates are stored there. You know it's the place where you pay your property taxes for your property, vehicle, etc. and where you get the Deed for your property where you live and get the Deed registered, your birth, marriage, death certificates.

Avid

No need to be condescending SA. A simple, the building is occupied would have been sufficient.

Here's an idea

As long as the city leaders are so "gung ho" on pouring hundreds of thousands of dollars into renovating the old dilapidated EC school, why not renovate enough of it to become the next police HQ? A prime location as city leaders say, and if it is good enough for our kids, then it's good enough for a police HQ. What's that? The building is older than the present PD HQ? Mold has been ID'd in this building? It's OK to spend thousands on mold abatement for the old school building, but not cost effective to spend it on the present HQ?? Come on people! Just how stupid do you think the citizens of EC are? Of course, with the present representatives on city counsel in place, intelect, logic, and wisdom are sorely missing, so this snow job will be a shoe-in.

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