Police reserves ask for old building

The City Council will consider whether to give an abanoned swimming pool building to its police reserves as a command post and training center.

Reserve Chief David Arnaud asked council members at their agenda-setting meeting Thursday for use of the facility.

He said it is nothing now but a hangout for young people and homeless.

"I'm not asking for any money. The reserves will fix it up on their own. But we need a place to conduct training required by our liability insuror," Arnaud said.

The building and pool at the Northwest Community Center were closed several years ago.

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