Officials in Georgetown said the passage of a $29.5 million general obligation bond proposal on May 14 would allow the city to replace outdated public service facilities and upgrade municipal operations.

City manager Paul Brandenburg said the new facilities would meet Georgetown’s needs through 2030. He said the current police station is too small, and the fire department is operating out of a building built in 1892.

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