Jamestown City Council Approves Funding To Repair Police Station

JAMESTOWN – City Council members voted unanimously Monday night to move forward with needed repairs for the Jamestown Police Department’s headquarters.
The Council voted to allocate $114,000 to move the project forward.
The police station suffered heavy flood damage in Fall 2017. The flooding caused the office’s public entrance to close.

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City of Jamestown Public Works Director Jeff Lehmann said some of the work that will be done includes repairs to the main entrance, the command center and squad room.
Electrical work has already been completed.
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New ceilings,  tile flooring replacement and changing damaged doors still need to be done.