John M. BarrettTownship Manager
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Posted on March 29, 2022 at 10:21 AM by Andrea Iglar
Recently I had the opportunity to sit down with Joe Horowitz to reflect on the changes South Fayette Township has experienced over his 10 years with the South Fayette Township Board of Commissioners.
Commissioner Horowitz shared stories and personal accounts of the growth and advancement of township operations, including the police department.
Hearing him reflect on the significant changes in the community inspired me to think about the next 10 years and what events will define our progress.
What comes to mind for me is the construction of our new, 36,000-square-foot municipal center, including a police station. This building will be a major milestone for South Fayette and a testament to the hard work of our past and present community leaders.
The facility will provide township offices, public meeting facilities and a modern police station that will support the police department’s status as a professional law enforcement agency.
Projected to be completed next summer, the 18,000-square foot police station will include space for in-house training, evidence storage, much-needed office space and, of course, a proper kennel for Ellie Faye, our police bloodhound.
Additionally, the new building will house our administrative offices, commissioners chamber and public meeting room. The larger, more modern facility will provide staff with sufficient space and equipment to carry out operations and grow along with the community.
As you can imagine, I am excited to see this project unfold. I sincerely appreciate the efforts of former boards, township employees and other community leaders who have paved the way for progress.
We will continue to pay it forward and work hard to ensure future generations also are set up for success.
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