Beach police moving into new quarters

Beach police moving into new quarters

There are 104 comments on the The Free Lance-Star story from Jun 14, 2009, titled Beach police moving into new quarters. In it, The Free Lance-Star reports that:

The Colonial Beach Police Department may soon move from its old, cramped and moldy building on Irving Avenue to new quarters at the town's busiest intersection.

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Since: Oct 08

Irvington, VA

#101 Jul 30, 2009
bobee wrote:
<quoted text> i can remember when Rudy had a place next to the get n zip called Happy Days, He had real trouble about parking because his part for the lease only gave him a few parking spaces for his customers, people that parked in the get n zip spaces were towed. My question is??, how many spaces go with that side of the property.
BOBEE, I believe your right about the parking when Rudy had Happy Days, but... Rudy only had the center section of that mini strip mall building. That limited his parking because of business on both sides of him.

The CBPD will have everything except for the BP Station. Bird's eye view from the air shows 20 to 22 parking spaces from BP's last spot down to the corner and around the side of the building closest to Ola's.

Either the same or more than they had at the old Squad Building. Plus access for town citizens will be easier and safer parking than in the limited area in front of the old building.
Steve Kennedy

Caret, VA

#102 Jul 31, 2009
Masterscout wrote:
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BOBEE, I believe your right about the parking when Rudy had Happy Days, but... Rudy only had the center section of that mini strip mall building. That limited his parking because of business on both sides of him.
The CBPD will have everything except for the BP Station. Bird's eye view from the air shows 20 to 22 parking spaces from BP's last spot down to the corner and around the side of the building closest to Ola's.
Either the same or more than they had at the old Squad Building. Plus access for town citizens will be easier and safer parking than in the limited area in front of the old building.
Did you get your trash Bags?

Since: Oct 08

Irvington, VA

#103 Jul 31, 2009
Steve Kennedy wrote:
<quoted text>Did you get your trash Bags?
Yes Steve we did, if need be I'll get some more... hopefully we will have enough for this weekend.

Others are signing on to help with this spur of the moment Good Turn for Colonial Beach.

AH! Random acts of Kindness and civic duty... who knows where this might lead?
Sue

Alexandria, VA

#104 Jan 8, 2013
Citizen Cain wrote:
Dont hold your breath, they already know about Horton St. and do nothing. Drugs are the one thing they are scared to death of. Unless the State or Westmoreland sheriff get involved, nothing will be done.
Drug dealers ane in much better physical shape than our police. They can outrun, outshoot and outwit our finest.
New officers in town are looking pretty good, former military and experienced law enforcement.

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