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State police officially cut ribbon on new Troop G headquarters (with photo gallery)

On Tuesday, Troop G commander William Sprague  hosted an open house event to mark the grand opening of the new Troop G building located at 760 Troy Schenectady Road in Latham, NY. 
Trooper Staff SGT. Timothy Morris, shows attendees the COMSEC/DOT Traffic TMC communications room.
The open house event included guided tours of the new facility, displays of equipment, and live demonstrations from specialized units within the State Police. The event was open to the public and marks the culmination of a three year building project for the State Police.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
On Tuesday, Troop G commander William Sprague hosted an open house event to mark the grand opening of the new Troop G building located at 760 Troy Schenectady Road in Latham, NY. Trooper Staff SGT. Timothy Morris, shows attendees the COMSEC/DOT Traffic TMC communications room. The open house event included guided tours of the new facility, displays of equipment, and live demonstrations from specialized units within the State Police. The event was open to the public and marks the culmination of a three year building project for the State Police.
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Former State Police Superintendent Wayne Bennett had to smile Tuesday as he stood at the entrance to the new headquarters of Troop G He remembered how the old headquarters in Loudonville seemed inadequate when he was commander of the growing troop for three years during the late 1980s. And he recalled selecting the new site on Troy-Schenectady Road from a list of 17 presented to him by the state Office of General Services in 2006 ...

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