Mooresville (NC) Gets $46.5 Million for Police HQ, Fire Station

Mooresville will spend $46.5 million to build a 50,000 square-foot police headquarters and a 17,000 square-foot fire station, reports Mooresville Tribune.

The fire station will make up roughly $5 million of the funds granted by the LGC. The new station will be in the heart of the fast-growing Mooresville Business Park East.

The fire training center, which is scheduled to begin construction in March at a price tag of $3.5 million, is the culmination of the city’s efforts to consolidate all of the fire training services and classes under one roof.

The construction on that expansion began in September and is projected to cost the city just under $2 million.

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