Flapjack Restaurant building demolition starts Public Safety Building process

  • Friday, January 18, 2019 1:21pm
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MARYSVILLE – You can watch history change right before your eyes.

Construction crews are tearing down the old buildings west of Comeford Park that used to house the Flapjack Restaurant and other businesses.

Once the demolition is done and cleaned up, that is when a new Public Safety Building will go up.

Voters passed a slight increase in the sales tax to pay for the new jail and police station.

As a part of that effort, the city then plans to sell some of its buildings and construct a new civic campus adjacent to the public safety building.

That campus would then house most city offices, instead of having them spread out all around town.

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