LAKE STATION | Residents thirsting for improved water quality will have it in place by spring 2014, Mayor Keith Soderquist said.
LAKE STATION | Mayor Keith Soderquist expected to field questions from residents upset about the recent citywide boil advisory.
Brad Carollo of Kwiatkowski Masonry cements concrete blocks at the future Lake Station police station in December. The complex will cost almost $9 million to build including a separate building for the Fire Department.
Lake Station Mayor Keith Soderquist points out features of the future Lake Station municipal complex that will house administration, courts and police. The fire department will be housed in a separate building near the complex.
John Wilson of Gariup Construction works Tuesday on portions of the second floor of the new Lake Station municipal complex Tuesday. The complex is scheduled for be completion by next fall.
Lake Station Mayor Keith Soderquist points out the city's court area of the new government complex Tuesday in Lake Station.
Lake Station Mayor Keith Soderquist stands in the court area Tuesday of the new government complex in Lake Station.
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