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Rosenberg breaks ground on new animal control facility

Pictured at the event (L to R) were: Jackie Jurasek and Renee McAnally (Rosenberg Animal Control); Cyndy Powell, Lt. Wayne Jory, and City Manager Jack Hamlett (City of Rosenberg); Councilor Cynthia McConathy, Councilor Dwayne Grigar, Councilor Joe Segura, Mayor Vincent M. Morales, Jr., Councilor Juan Salazar, and Councilor Tom Suter; Malcolm Gaus (RWS Architects); Bob Bass and Mike Nice (Bass Construction); City of Rosenberg Project Director Melissa Peña, and John Robertson (RWS Architects).

Rosenberg City Council persons joined project team members to break ground on the city’s new Animal Control Facility. The project will construct an approximately 2,600 square foot facility that will be home to the City’s animal control officers and animal kennels.

The new facility will be located immediately adjacent to the existing Rosenberg Animal Control facility on Blume Road. The facility will include improved areas for animal prep and care, a designated room for visiting prospective animals for adoption, and a covered sally port for improved building access and animal transfers. It will provide enough space for the City’s two animal control officers and an additional staff person in the future, and the building is designed for expansion toward the rear of the property as the need arises.

Additionally, the project includes an approximately 2,500 gallon rainwater harvesting tank – a first for the City of Rosenberg. Construction is scheduled for completion in just over six months.

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