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CORE in the News: Queen Creek gets firsthand look at new home for Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office + Council Chambers

08.30.17  |   Tempe, Arizona

The laughter of youngsters wearing junior deputy badges and stickers filled the air Aug. 19 in downtown Queen Creek as local families, elected officials and town staff celebrated the completion of the new Queen Creek Law Enforcement and Community Chambers Building.

The town held a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house that morning at the facility at 20727 E. Civic Parkway.

The 23,600-square-foot building will house Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office District 6-Queen Creek as well as provide meeting chambers for the Queen Creek Town Council, Planning and Zoning Commission, other municipal boards and groups and public meetings.

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* Photos provided courtesy of Queen Creek Independent.