After months of design planning, the Brunswick Town Council has a final cost projection for a new police station proposed for construction at the corner of Stanwood and Pleasant streets.

On Monday, the council will consider setting a public hearing on a bond ordinance that would authorize the town to borrow as much as $5.5 million to build the proposed 20,000-square-foot station.

On Tuesday, the town’s Police Station Building Subcommittee recommended building a project with a total budget of $5,635,814, opting for a drive-through sally port that extends from the back of the building rather than a garage-style sally port.

On Monday, the council will discuss the subcommittee’s latest proposal and consider scheduling a July 9 public hearing to seek input from residents on the financing proposal.

The council will meet at 7 p.m. Monday in the town council chambers at Brunswick Station.

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