Updated Jul 9, 2012 - 6:31 am
Scottsdale mum on site of new police building
PHOENIX -- The City of Scottsdale has refused to disclose the location of its new $1.87 million police building.
Scottsdale police spokesman David Pubins told The Arizona Republic that the city is keeping the location secret to protect undercover officers who use the building.
The Scottsdale City Council last week approved the purchase of an office-warehouse building for the Scottsdale Police Department's Investigative Service Bureau from an entity listed only as JKD.
The city council routinely approves dozens of items on its consent agenda with little discussion, but the purchase agreement for the 17,827-square-foot police building was unusual in that the city rarely executes $2 million real-estate purchases.
The staff report to the council omitted the name of the seller and the location of the building.
Information from: The Arizona Republic, http://www.azcentral.com