The City of Manhattan proudly unveiled their new joint maintenance facility during a dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday.

City Manager Ron Fehr delivered some opening remarks about the $22.5 million building that will now house over 100 employees from various departments and facilities across the city.

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Fehr said the facility provides significantly more space and resources than these departments had previously.

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BBN Architects Principal Patrick Schaub said this project serves as an acknowledgment to the importance of the workers and services they provide for the entire city.


Public Works Director Robert Ott has seen this project through since the very beginning. He said the hard work put into this will support workers today and for many years to follow.


After cutting the ribbon, Fehr was excited to make one last announcement:

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unveiled sign dedicating the JMF to Ott