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  • A look inside the aging Selma Police Station

    Selma police Chief Greg Garner shows why it is time to move police operations out of the "temporary" building they moved into in 1958. The converted railroad depot, built in 1917, has a leaky roof and windows, makeshift closets and not enough space.

Selma police Chief Greg Garner shows why it is time to move police operations out of the "temporary" building they moved into in 1958. The converted railroad depot, built in 1917, has a leaky roof and windows, makeshift closets and not enough space. Kelsey Grey kgrey@fresnobee.com
Selma police Chief Greg Garner shows why it is time to move police operations out of the "temporary" building they moved into in 1958. The converted railroad depot, built in 1917, has a leaky roof and windows, makeshift closets and not enough space. Kelsey Grey kgrey@fresnobee.com

Selma police seek to replace 99-year-old building

July 04, 2016 5:53 PM