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Kure Beach renovations (Photo: Town of Kure Beach)

KURE BEACH, NC (WWAY) — A project to expand the town hall building and renovate the police and fire stations in Kure Beach is set to being next month.

During construction, staff will relocate to construction trailers located in the Fort Fisher Recreation Area at the south end of town.

The building inspector’s office, finance department, administration and recreation department will move to the trailers. The police department staff will also move there during construction.

The fire department staff will remain in the existing fire station.

The town says there is not a confirmed relocation date, but they expect it to be mid-December. The date will be announced once all utilities are connected and the temporary site is ready.

The mailing address for the town will not change and current phone numbers will remain the same.

The project will expand the existing town hall building on the east, south, and north sides to add office and storage space, renovate the existing police station and fire station for future use by the police staff and construct a new fire station in a vacant lot adjacent to the town hall complex.

This project is expected to take between ten and twelve months.

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