Catasauqua Press

Wednesday, December 13, 2017
Catasauqua Borough Police Chief Douglas Kish takes command in the new squad room. The expanded police area will make operations more efficient than the former overcrowded quarters.PRESS PHOTOS BY PAUL CMIL Catasauqua Borough Police Chief Douglas Kish takes command in the new squad room. The expanded police area will make operations more efficient than the former overcrowded quarters.PRESS PHOTOS BY PAUL CMIL
A top priority on move-in day at Catasauqua’s new municipal complex last week was getting Internet connections and municipal software up and running. A top priority on move-in day at Catasauqua’s new municipal complex last week was getting Internet connections and municipal software up and running.
Retro industrial lamps were recovered from the demolished Front Street building, taken down to make way for the Bridge Street extension into the Iron Works property and installed above fire truck bays, after Biery’s Port Body Works refinished the lamp housings. Retro industrial lamps were recovered from the demolished Front Street building, taken down to make way for the Bridge Street extension into the Iron Works property and installed above fire truck bays, after Biery’s Port Body Works refinished the lamp housings.
Police cars, once parked along a Railroad Street curb, now have their own parking lot at the new complex. Police cars, once parked along a Railroad Street curb, now have their own parking lot at the new complex.

Moving in

Wednesday, August 9, 2017 by The Press in Local News