Supervisors approve special exception for Ashburn Sheriff’s Substation
The 18,000-square-foot Ashburn Sheriff Substation, anticipated for completion in 2017, will house a community meeting room, reception area, offices for personnel, classrooms, exercise and locker rooms, areas for processing and holding cells.
Proffer-funded construction is expected to cost around $9 million, according to county documents, and operations and maintenance expenses, forecast to begin in fiscal 2015, are estimated to run $11.5 million during the six-year Capital Improvement Plan planning period.
The county paid One Loudoun more than $8.5 million for the 13-acre parcel nearly two years ago.
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