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New Administration Building in Arcanum's Future

ARCANUM – Forced out of their offices last November, village officials in Arcanum are now looking to construct a new 6,000- to 7,000-square-foot administrative building and police department.

From the February 22, 2018 edition of The Early Bird

ARCANUM – Forced out of their offices last November, village officials in Arcanum are now looking to construct a new 6,000- to 7,000-square-foot administrative building and police department.

Last fall, village workers asked for the air quality inside their 130-year-old administration building on North Main Street to be checked and were surprised to find a colony of bats residing in the building’s attic.

Village offices, as well as the police department were moved to the American Clothing Building, 1 Pop Rite Drive.

After determining costs to bring the village building to code would be astronomical – up to $10 million – officials decided to go ahead with a plan to build a new structure, said Bill Kessler, village administrator.

Another challenge, Kessler said, was that the village police department was located on the second floor. “We want to house a new police department on the first floor,” Kessler said.

The police department’s evidence room, Kessler explained, remains in the old building for now, as well as some property being stored there by the township trustees.

A pre-architectural report was due back to village administrators this week from the WDC Group in Springfield.

The report, explained Kessler, will assist with projected costs and design of a new facility, which is planned to be constructed in the 55-acre village industrial park, located off Albright Street to the east of town. The report should also assist with what type of structure the village should construct – whether it be a bricks and mortar or a pre-fab building......

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