Public Safety Facilities Review Committee
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- Last Updated: January 7, 2015 January 7, 2015
Assignment completed; group disbanded.
The Public Safety Facilities Review Committee has been appointed for the purpose of providing recommendations to the City Council about the Police station and Fire Station 11. The committee is made up of members of the public who are charged with reviewing the status of both public safety buildings and recommending future plans.
The committee convened for its first meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, January 28, 2014, and its work should conclude by the end of summer.
Adopted February 11, 2014
WHY WE ARE HERE
As we believe public safety is one of the highest priorities of government, we will review in detail the need for replacing Albany Fire Station 11 and the Police Department building and make recommendations to the City Council. The recommendations will be either:
- Maintain the status quo;
- Remodel and expand existing facilities, either public or private; or
- Build new facilities.
If the recommendation is to build new facilities, we will include:
- Preferred locations.
- Project delivery method.
- How the improvements should be financed.
City Staff Liaison:
Marilyn Smith, 541-917-7507
- Frank Morse, co-chair
- David Burright, co-chair
- E.E. “Skeet” Arasmith
- Geoffrey Berg
- Tom Cordier
- Sharon K. Edwards
- Mike Martin
- Chris Norman
- David Reece
- Greg Roe
- Janet Steele
- Buzz Wheeler
- Ralph Wyatt
Agendas, Agenda Packets, and Minutes Archive
There are no documents available for this group in 2018.