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Informational - Police Station Blue Ribbon
boardofselectmen@sudbury.ma.us

Informational - Police Station Blue Ribbon

Information page of Board of Selectmen.
Related to Facilities Department.
Police Station Blue Ribbon Committee - Final Report

The Committee was established by the Board of Selectmen on November 13, 2007, charged with researching and providing a report of their findings - dealing with the problems of the Town's current Police Station.  Subsequently, based on their research, a proposal for an $8.2 million Police Station was presented but was twice rejected by voters.  A final report from the Committee will outline their findings, examine the planning that went into the proposed $8.2 million facility and what, if any, alternatives can be presented in the future to Town voters. These options may range from repairs and renovations of the existing station all the way to construction of a new station at the proposed site on Hudson Road or other possible sites in the Town.

  1. Review the information showing the needs of the Town and the Sudbury Police Department for a modern and properly sized facility.
  2. Review the various alternatives for addressing these facility needs
  3. Recommend to the Board of Selectmen a plan/strategy to address these needs.

The Committee was dissolved by the Board of Selectmen on April 28, 2009.

Download the complete Police Station Blue Ribbon Committee - Mission Statement.

Documents

Informational - Police Station Blue Ribbon makes several documents available for download.

Past Meetings:

Click here for a list of the Informational - Police Station Blue Ribbon meetings that have already occurred.

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