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Special Lincoln City Council meeting for new police station budget

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A special city council meeting has been called to update the Lincoln City Council on the proposed police building and to vote on a new $12.5 million budget.

In February of this year FFA Architecture and Interiors Inc., presented a plan for a 24,000 sq. ft. building costing approximately $14.5 million. The Lincoln City City Council approved a budget of $10.5 million.

In June 2018, the City hired Tualatin based Emerick Construction as the General Contractor. Emerick has built a number of schools, fire departments, police stations and has worked on some historical renovation projects such as the Oregon State Capitol Dome. Emerick has been in business for 75 years.

FFA Architecture & Interiors has won many awards for their designs and has been in business since 1956.

Klosh Group, is a construction consulting firm that provides owner’s representation, project, construction, and program management services across multiple markets.

FFA Architecture, the Klosh Group, Emerick Construction and city staff have worked towards reducing costs and will be asking for an additional $2 million at the special meeting tonight at 5:30 p.m. in City Hall.

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Justin Werner
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