NEAH BAY — Plans are in the works for a new complex that would house all of the Makah tribe’s emergency services.
The proposed “9-1-1 complex” is still in its initial stages as the Makah Tribal Council seeks bids for preliminary design and cost estimates, Chairman Nathan Tyler said Thursday.
The complex would include the tribe’s police and fire departments, ambulance services, and jail, all of which are in need of new facilities, Tyler said.
“Hopefully, this new 9-1-1 complex being built will meet our needs for today and many years in the future,” he said.
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