Fenwick Island to construct a new public safety building

One of Delaware’s coastal resort towns plans to build a new public safety building. 

Fenwick Island town council has approved spending just over $600,000 for a one-story structure that would be built next to the existing public works garage.  Construction is expected to start after Labor Day and be completed next spring.  Local police and the beach patrol would have offices and facilities at the new building.  Also, there would be a holding area for detainees and a reception room for the visiting public.

 

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