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Elgin officials and city leaders break ground at the site of the new planned police station March 20. Pictured are, from left, Jaime Palomo, Michael Gonzalez, Beau Perry, Aaron Crim, Arthur Gibson, Joy Casnovsky, Forrest Dennis, Sue Brashar, Skyler Maldonado, Mayor Theresa McShan, Chris Noble, Chuck Swain, Jennifer Stubbs, Tom Mattis, and Baird Williams Construction representative Derek Marshall. Courtesy photoElgin Police Officers break ground at the site of the new planned police station March 20. Pictured are, from left, Commander Aaron Crim, Corporal Ted Hernandez, Sgt. Todd Johnson, Sgt. Cameron Jonse, Corporal Jordan Real, Corporal John Stone, Chief Chris Noble, Officer Lucero Dominguez, Corporal Marco Solorio, Officer Colten Briss, Officer Tametra Cook, Officer Christian Baldwin, Animal Control Officer Jayme Myrick, Corporal Mary Majefski and Corporal Michael Tanzino.  Courtesy photo

Officers are another step closer from their new home from which they can serve and protect.Elgin police and officials broke ground on their planned police station March 20. The new 11,000-square-foot facility is meant to enhance growing police service in Elgin.The two-story building will be located on Depot Street and include space for processing, investigations, training and staff. From the city perspective, the building is also designed to enhance the historic district across the street from the Veterans Memorial Park Expansion, which will also break ground this year. The facility is the first new construction for a police station and is the first new city facility in the downtown historic district.FGMA ...

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