Yesterday marked the latest step for the Melvin-Martin Center for Children’s Safety, also known as Safety City. Police Chief Stan Standridge along with Mayor Norm Archibald and members of the City Council held a groundbreaking ceremony for the new police station. Safety City is a child-size town complete with tiny buildings, streets and even functional traffic lights. The new 2,700 square foot police station will hold a classroom and house a fully restored 1953 Dodge police car. KACU’s Joshua Jones was in attendance for the event.
Reporter: Joshua Jones
The News At Noon