The City of Littleton is moving forward with its planned improvements and expansion of the police department building. City council approved a motion …
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The City of Littleton is moving forward with its planned
improvements and expansion of the police department building.
City council approved a motion to proceed with the project at
its May 4 regular meeting. The project had a budget of $6.2
million, but that amount has been revised to $5.8 million.
Work was approved to begin immediately on a new lighted parking
lot southwest of the Littleton Center, costing $194,397. The new
lot will replace parking spaces that will be lost to the expansion
of the police facility. New spaces are also required due to the
increased square footage. The project includes added space for
evidence storage and upgrades to the officer locker rooms.
Council also authorized spending about $600,000 for start-up
expenses such as ordering materials and installing utilities for
the construction of a 14,250-square-foot expansion and renovation
of 6,766 square feet of existing space at a cost of $3.7 million.
By transferring almost $11 million from the water fund into the
special projects fund last fall, money is available to complete the
project without incurring debt.
Saunders Construction Inc., of Centennial, is the contractor on
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