CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – Harrison County Sheriff Robert Matheny announced in a push launch that he intends to get a donation of residence that is situated at Most important and Pike Streets in downtown Clarksburg.
The property, which formerly housed the West Virginia Department of Wellness and Human Providers, is conveniently found near the website of the proposed new Sheriff’s Law Enforcement Division Headquarters in the 600 block of West Principal Street and will be an asset to Harrison County Law Enforcement.
According to the release, the donation was initiated by W.Va. Condition Senator Doug Facemire after listening to strategies by the county to obtain a new spot in the very same region for the Harrison County Sheriff’s Law Enforcement Division.
Facemire realized that the county’s obtain would swap the Division’s outdated facility. The donated property will complement the new facility by delivering further area to safeguard critical evidence and documents. It will also let added alternatives for education and Distinctive Operations relocations, in accordance to officers.
The assets owned by Park Homes, which includes an roughly 15,000 square foot modern-day workplace setting up and 6,000 sq. ft of underground house and parking with an adjacent parking whole lot, will present pretty valuable use in a wide variety of methods by law enforcement.
“We are unbelievably blessed to receive this donation from Park Homes,” Sheriff Robert Matheny stated. “This donation will make it possible for the Sheriff’s Business office to attain so substantially extra by delivering for potential advancement as well as give instant instruction services and storage space that is so practical to the potential locale of our new workplaces. We are unable to thank Senator Facemire more than enough for recognizing the prospect and then performing so tough to make it a fact for law enforcement in Harrison County. This was a good strategy by Senator Facemire. We have discovered to rely him to often appear out for legislation enforcement.”
Following listening to of the imminent acquire of a new office environment building for the Sheriff’s Regulation Enforcement Division, Senator Facemire negotiated with Park Houses to organize the donation.
“The house owners of Park Houses are thrilled to lead to the improvement of downtown Clarksburg. We believe that visibly finding legislation enforcement in the area will improve the business enterprise local climate encouraging new businesses to open up and our citizens to come to feel safe and sound. We are grateful to Senator Facemire for not only bringing the prospect to our attention but also earning it happen by demonstrating all the added benefits. It would not have transpired without the need of him,” explained James Cann, Attorney for Park Homes.
The Harrison County Fee consented to the acceptance of the donation.