New Police Station For Arlington Heights

The $40 million station is part of the village's new capital plan

The Arlington Heights Village Board approved a 5-year-capital plan this week that includes a new state-of-the-art police station, the Daily Herald is reporting.

The $40 million station would be built without any increase in taxes to residents, village officials said. It is just one of several improvements outlined in the plan, which takes the village through the year 2014.

Sharon Jusick October 16, 2012 at 05:55 PM
No increase in taxes to residents -- I say don't spend the money and GIVE RESIDENTS A TAX DECREASE!
Helen October 16, 2012 at 08:05 PM
The cops need a new building.The one they have has never been comfortable temperature wise and is poorly designed.Helen
Bob Ruffatto October 18, 2012 at 01:01 PM
I think the current building was built in 1969 and they think it can not be remodeled. If true, I would like to see them relocate the majority of the police facility into the underutilized, over-built city hall. "Following the Jones" is just government speack for justify a new project. It rarely brings cost savings ideas to the forefront. Even though I'm not in favor or the current PD $39 million plan, I'd rather spend $39 million on our partk than $40 million on one police station.
John Brown October 22, 2012 at 11:28 PM
What would be amazing and entertaining is how the attitudes towards the police change for these brave commenters when the isht hits the fan and the inside of their boxer shorts. When they're stopping you for speeding or blowing thru stop signs in school zones at dismissal or driving drunk 3x the limit or beating your wife to a pulp they're all a bunch of morons, peace nazis and bullies. But when the maple tree's branch scrapes a scary noise out against the den window it's into the closet and a 911 call in breathless fear awaiting the female cop's arrival to scare away the monsters for your frightened poopy pants. We know. We know.
ralph February 27, 2013 at 10:06 AM
State of the art police station = on-site donut shop


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