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Meeting to discuss bond for joing law enforcement center

Published 10/14/20

FREMONT — Dodge County and the City of Fremont have partnered together to move forward on a Joint Law Enforcement Center that would house the Dodge County Sheriff’s Department, the Fremont Police Department and the 911 Communications Center.

Both the Dodge County Board of Supervisors and Fremont City Council unanimously approved bond language that seeks Dodge County voters’ approval of a new Joint Law Enforcement Center.

Opportunities for the public to meet and speak directly with a law enforcement officer to ask questions about the proposed Joint Law Enforcement Center have been made available. They are as follows:

• Oct. 11 – Fremont Rural Fire Department Pancake Feed – 80 a.m. – 12 p.m., 110 Boulevard Street, Fremont

• Oct. 15 – North Bend Fire Hall – 7 p.m. – 8 p.m., 140 W. 7th Street, North Bend

• Oct. 22 – Fremont City Auditorium Community Room – 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m., 925 N. Broad Street, Fremont

Members of the Dodge County Sheriff’s Department and the Fremont Police Department are also available for Talk Shop with a Cop from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the following locations: (please note the locations have changed for the month of October)

- Tuesdays at Hy-Vee
- Wednesdays at Menards
- Thursdays at Hy-Vee

An eight-part educational series is being published weekly in an effort to provide additional information and answer questions in regards to the proposed center. The flyers are being published on the City of Fremont’s website, www.fremontne.gov, as well as the Facebook pages of the Sheriff’s Department, Police Department, and City of Fremont.

Citizens are welcome to ask questions and be informed. Questions can be emailed to publiccomments@fremontne.gov. Citizens can also call Lt. Shane Wimer at 402-727-2630 or Deputy Frank at 402-727-2700.


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