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Waterdown to get a police station

At its meeting yesterday the Hamilton Police Services Board approved the expenditure of $8 Million to add a police station to the already approved $8 Million fire hall that will be built. The rapid population growth in the area has put extra pressure on Station 24, the existing Waterdown station on Parkside Drive. “Together with staff, Police, Fire and my office, we have worked hard to bring this priority project to the community. Since Council approval was confirmed in the March 2020 budget to build a new fire station in Waterdown, the conversation to combine the two came together quickly,” said Ward 15 Councillor Judi Partridge.

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