Written November 17th, 2017 by Hasso Hering
All sharp angles and flat surfaces with clean lines — that’s the just-the-facts impression left by Albany’s new $15.5 million headquarters of the city police.
Written July 12th, 2017 by Hasso Hering
Albany’s new police headquarters will have an emergency safety feature that the current station lacks: A lockable vestibule where people can seek help after hours when the public counter is closed.
Written June 5th, 2016 by Hasso Hering
Albany taxpayers are about to pay the city of Eugene $164,307 for the restoration of wetlands there. Why? Because of state and federal rules that make no practical sense at all.
Written October 28th, 2015 by Hasso Hering
That was quick! The Albany City Council Wednesday voted unanimously to accept an offer by Linn County to buy the city’s police station on Jackson Street as well as the city-owned property where the Oregon National Guard has its armory.
Written September 21st, 2015 by Hasso Hering
The Albany City Council has a dilemma concerning “public art.” It was unable to resolve this problem Monday and will try again when it meets at 7:15 Wednesday night. If the issue is not resolved soon, it may hold up the design of the city’s new police headquarters and main fire station.
Written May 31st, 2015 by Hasso Hering
It will probably be a couple of years before the Albany police can move into their new headquarters, but as last week’s city council discussion showed, it’s not too early for the city to think about selling their present digs near the Linn County Jail on Jackson Street.
Written July 24th, 2014 by Hasso Hering
Here’s a closer look at the site where the Albany City Council would like to build a new police headquarters. It’s off Pacific Boulevard S.W., just north of the medical office complex north of 29th Avenue. (I wish the place would get an address to make describing it less cumbersome.)