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Officials break ground on new police station
Officials break ground on new police station

Millbury-Sutton Chronicle | on December 21, 2017


On one of the coldest days of the season, members of the Board of Selectmen and Police Station Building Committee on Friday, Dec. 15, broke ground at 489 Central Turnpike, the site of the new Sutton police station. “It’s a great day for the Town of Sutton,” Town Administrator Jim Smith said. “This is a great message of support for the town and Police Department.” Official work at the site began weeks ago. Among those who spoke and thanked residents for approving the $8.7 million project were Police Station Building Committee Chair Wendy Mead, Board of Selectmen Chair Jesse Limanek, Selectmen David Hall and Ray Plante, Jr., and Police Chief Dennis Towle. Numerous officers of the Police Department were on hand, as well. The site of the new police station once housed the old Blue Jay restaurant. The town received permission to purchase the lot at the 2012 Spring Town Meeting. Smith said in roughly a year there will be a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new station. Photos by Robert Fucci

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