Aberdeen Approves New Police Building

February 17, 1991

The Aberdeen Commissioners on Monday approved an $118,000 offer to buy a two-story building at 12 N. Parke St. for the town's police department.

Town Administrator Peter A. Dacey said the building will be used as offices for the police department's detectives, crime prevention specialists and Drug Abuse Resistance Education instructors.

The building is next to the town police department offices at 101 W. Bel Air Ave. The department has outgrown its existing space, Dacey said.

"It's real crowded," Dacey said.

Town officials hope to finalize the purchase of the 1,500-square-foot property within two months,Dacey said.

The building is expected to meet the department's space needs for up to 15 years, he said.

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