Queens councilman calls on mayor to provide funding for police precinct renovations

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Queens Council member Robert Holden sent a letter to Mayor Eric Adams urging him to invest in a capital project that would renovate many of the old, run-down police precincts in his district and surrounding it. 

According to Holden, many police precincts are outdated, having been built in the 1930s, and need to be updated.

“As neighborhoods grew and expanded, too many police precincts operated out of the same buildings with minimal upgrades,” Holden wrote in the letter to Adams. 

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