POTTER COUNTY – Ground has broken on Potter County's new 'Law Enforcement Complex.'
The Potter County Law Enforcement Complex will feature three buildings including a new storage facility, vehicle maintenance, and a Sheriff's Office.
The project will cost just under $21 million.
Potter County has outgrown its current office in downtown Amarillo. It was originally built as a jail and was never intended to be an administration building.
The new facility will consolidate the department by building this new location adjacent to the detention center.
Construction started December 13, 2016 and is expected to be finished by January 2018.
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