TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) — Two long-term projects could intersect as Topeka drives toward the future.
The go-ahead to rebuild the Polk-Quincy viaduct is bringing new attention to discussions over whether to relocate the Topeka and Shawnee County Law Enforcement Center.
The east side of the LEC property houses one of the city’s fleet services buildings. The green light for rebuilding the Polk Quincy viaduct takes the path to flatten the curve through the back side of the facility.
Deputy director of internal services for public works Hannah Uhlrig says that means replacing the fleet services building is a must, but, with both projects, the city has the luxury of time…