The Mount Holly Police Department has completed its relocation from the department's former headquarters on Charlotte Avenue to the new Mount Holly Citizen's Center.
Police Chief David Belk said that during the move the deparment never lost its ability to respond to the community.
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“We moved our entire communication system, records management system, patrol division, strategic services and administration all in one day,” he said. “Quite a feat.”
The department, now at 400 East Central, is fully operational, but won't officially be open for business until Monday.
The new $8 million citizen's center is in a renovated 19th century textile plant. Scattered around the 56,000 square feet are City Council chambers, offices for planning and zoning, utilities, parks and recreation and administration.