City complex aims for Sept. 2019 opening

Dirt was officially turned for the construction of the City Hall/Police Department complex on Main Street. Manning shovels at the June 8 event were (l-r) Public Services Director Rick White; Assistant City Manager Lawrence Bryant; former councilmember Lee Barrett; Councilmember Christopher Simpson; Councilmember David McClure; former Councilmember Paul Crabtree; Mayor Alan Brundrett; Councilmember Corey Wynns; Councilmember Brian Conner; Councilmember Rouel Rothenberger; Police Chief Rick Pippins. Photo by Mark K. Campbell

Dirt turned June 8 on combined city hall, police facility

Dirt was officially turned for the construction of the City Hall/Police Department complex on Main Street. Manning shovels at the June 8 event were (l-r) Public Services Director Rick White; Assistant City Manager Lawrence Bryant; former councilmember Lee Barrett; Councilmember Christopher Simpson; Councilmember David McClure; former Councilmember Paul Crabtree; Mayor Alan Brundrett; Councilmember Corey Wynns; Councilmember Brian Conner; Councilmember Rouel Rothenberger; Police Chief Rick Pippins. Photo by Mark K. Campbell
BY MARK K. CAMPBELL

markcampbell@azlenews.net

Now that the new city hall/police department has been okayed by the Azle city council, expect to see work begin shortly.
Things kicked off with an official groundbreaking June 8.


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