Ribbon cutting for Warner Robins law enforcement center to be April 30

chwright@macon.comApril 8, 2013 

WARNER ROBINS -- A ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Warner Robins law enforcement center has been set for 10 a.m. April 30, according to Redevelopment Agency Executive Director Gary Lee.

In a short meeting Monday, RDA board members listened to updates on the law enforcement center, an F-15 project and a health clinic.

Mark Greenfield, of International City Builders, said final landscaping on the police headquarters is being done this week after heavy rains held up planting. Furniture is being delivered and installed as well, said city building manager Bill Mulkey.

“I hope by next meeting, I’ll be able to say we’re finished,” Mulkey told the board.

The RDA board meets the second Monday of every month.

Chairman Randy Meade said police Chief Brett Evans has told him it will take about two months to transition the police force to its new location after the building is completed. Overall, the project has cost nearly $10 million.

To contact writer Christina M. Wright, call 256-9685.

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