Will County breaks ground on long awaited safety complex
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With white hard hats and golden shovels, Will County officials ceremoniously broke ground Wednesday morning on their new $30 million public safety complex, calling it a long-awaited, historic moment.
“Someone pinch me. I think I’m dreaming,” said Sheriff Mike Kelley, who added there was talk of building a new sheriff’s facility back in 1988 when he was first hired on the department. “It’s been a long time coming…” Please click here to read Susan DeMar Lafferty’s story in the Tribune/Daily Southtown.