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City to look at renewing lease for police detectives

SARAH LOWERY
Staff Writer

A lease renewal for the Lincolnton Police Department’s Detectives Division property will be up for consideration by members of the City Council during their meeting Thursday night.
The contract for the property, located at 530 E. Main St., will be presented by Police Chief Rodney Jordan.
The police department’s main headquarters, also on East Main Street, were previously a topic of discussion last year, when council members wrestled with whether to renovate or expand the existing building, ultimately putting off those plans.
Also during Thursday’s meeting, the council will consider applications presented by Fire Chief Mike Lee for three 2012 Assistance to Firefighters grants, including one for a vehicle-exhaust extraction system in the amount of roughly $100 for Station 2, an emergency backup generator in the amount of $1,750 for Station 2 and a computerized fireground personnel-accountability system in the amount of $2,816 for Station 1.
Other items on the agenda include a report from the Lincoln County Emergency Planning Committee by Chair Fred Jarrett and Assistant County Manager Martha Lide, a resolution regarding the Local Water Supply Plan (LWSP) and a resolution of retirement for Freddie Avery.
Thursday’s meeting begins at 7 p.m. at City Hall and is open to the public.

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