SEDCO approves land sale for $14M police station
13 Oct 2020
October 13, 2020 (Michael Hutchins, Herald Democrat)
Visions of a new modernized Sherman Police Department headquarters came one step closer to materializing Tuesday.
The Sherman Economic Corp. Board of Directors voted unanimously Tuesday to sell 10 acres out of Progress Park 1 to the city nearly $697,000 for the development of the new police station.
“This is SEDCO’s approval to sell the tract to sell to us. Monday night will be the city council’s side to sell the tract to us,” City Manager Robby. “On Monday’s agenda, … will be the council’s action in directing the city’s response.”
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