MADISON, FL (Thursday, March 16, 2017) – The City of Madison Police Department has been temporarily relocated to Madison City Hall at 321 Southwest Rutledge Street due to suspected mold in the Police building.
Regulatory Compliance Services, Inc., of Jacksonville Beach is investigating the suspected presence of the mold and has been on site since yesterday (Wednesday).
”We believe it is mold, but we need to confirm,” said City Manager Tim Bennett.
Phone numbers to reach the Police Department remain the same: (850) 973-5077 Monday through Friday, 8 a.m., to 5 p.m. Inquiries can be made in person at city hall, and copies of police reports can be obtained there as well.
For emergencies, dial 9-1-1.
Local and Regional News
For up to date news in Madison and the surrounding area, go to the links listed below.
The Madison County Carrier is published Wednesday and the Enterprise Recorder is published on each Friday. Greene Publishing owns both local papers.
WCTV Channel 6 is based in Tallahassee, Florida and covers Madison and surrounding counties. WCTV can be found on Madison local cable and satellite networks.
Check out the link to the Madison County Chamber of Commerce to explore the City of Madison and Madison County and to obtain information about special events and business opportunities.
- Greene Publishing, Inc.
- Madison County Carrier
- Madison Enterprise-Recorder
- WCTV Channel 6
- Madison County Chamber of Commerce & Tourism
- Tallahassee Democrat
- Valdosta Daily Times