Almost two years after Hurricane Charley took the roof off Charlotte County’s Emergency Operations Center – officials broke ground Thursday on a new Public Safety Complex. The state-of-the-art facility will also house the Fire/E-M-S Administration and the county’s information help line. Charlotte County Commission Chairman Tom Moore praised recovery efforts.
“you’re the bunny you keep clicking down the trail- you’ve about got the commsioners worn out going to ribbon cuttings, and keep it up…”
The 8-and-a-half million dollar complex will be built withstand to 170 mile an hour winds. The building on Airport Road in Punta Gorda should be complete next summer.
Friday, 16 June 2006 01:00
Charlotte EOC GroundbreakWritten by Valerie Alker