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TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -
new mayor D. Michael Collins said back in November that he planned to reopen
the Northwest District Station by his 100th day in office. Fifteen
days in, officials are well on their way to making that happen.
workers have been busy hammering out the details and nailing down the finishing
touches. The Toledo Police Department says they hope to open the doors by the
beginning of April.
of the big undertakings is making sure the station will be protected from
flooding, which caused problems in the past. Work is being done to give the
station a new look and feel, which Lt. Mark King says will be helpful to
divisions like the special victims and domestic violence units that will move
in there, along with 25-30 officers.
don't want [victims] to feel any more traumatized or any more afraid than they already
are," Lt. King said. "It's a lot more relaxed atmosphere for them. That heavy
police presence, that sterile environment isn't nearly as strong out here, so
that will definitely put them at ease."
and the red light speeding camera divisions will also be at the Northwest
District Station when it reopens.