Hubbard Township trustees and Hubbard Township Police Chief Todd Coonce formally cut the ribbon at a rededication ceremony July 4 at the Hubbard Township Police Department.
The rededication event marked the completion of the interior renovation to the police station and renewal of the department's dedication to the residents of Hubbard Township.
The police department was founded in 1978 following a vote of the township residents to form a police district. The police station also was built in 1978 and was in major need of updating the interior, modifications to the floor plan, safety improvement for police officers and the public, making the facility ADA compliant and correcting several major structural deficiencies that dated back to the building's original construction.
Improvements also were made to the electrical service, internal service and communications wiring.
The total cost of the project was approximately $110,000. Architect for the project is Russell D. Beatty AIA and general contractor is Jim Santini Builder Inc.
In addition to the professional services, Vince Bray from the road department was able to save the township more than $1,000 by fabricating prisoner retention chairs and Trustee Joe Gleydura built a communication charger and storage station using his professional carpentry skills.