Wilton begins work to replace ‘overcrowded’ police station with new ‘modern’ home for department

With construction now underway on Wilton’s new police station, Chief Thomas Conlan said the new facility will be a “morale boost” to the department’s 41 officers. Branford-based A. Secondino & Son Inc., Wilton’s contractor for the new building, began working on the project two weeks ago, said Jeff Pardo, facilities manager and assistant director of public works. The contractor’s work on the “modern” new station started Feb. 14, just shy of four months after the town’s ceremonial groundbreaking on Oct. 26, according to Pardo. The new station will add appropriate female restrooms and showers, a gym for officers to use off-duty, more offices, locker rooms and a dispatch center, Conlan said.


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