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May 26 2010
Police Ready to Move into New Digs PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 26 May 2010

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            The new Kodiak Public Safety Building is almost ready for occupancy, according to Police Chief T.C. Kamai, who updated the city council at Tuesday night's meeting.

            Kamai said the final fire alarm test is scheduled for Friday, and if it passes, as he thinks it will, the city will receive its occupancy certificate, which will allow the department to begin working out of the building. Though, as he points out, it will be a phased-in move, starting with dispatch.

 

--          (Police 2                      30 sec              "The first part of that phase ... out of that new building.")

 

            He said during the duration of the move some over-the-counter services provided at the station may be curtailed:

 

--          (Police 3                      32 sec              "Paying for parking tickets ... certain periods of time.")

 

            He also said there may be some disruption of visitation to inmates of the jail. In the meantime, the city is still awaiting Governor Sean Parnell's signature on the spending bill which includes $2.1 million for completion of the new jail in the new public safety building. City Manager Aimee Kniaziowski (Kenya-zzhoff-ski) said she is not worried that Parnell may veto the money, since he worked with the city in having it added to the state capital budget.

 

 

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