WILTON — A revised police station proposal — one that is expected to cost about $14 million — was presented to the police station building committee at its meeting on Jan. 8. The new proposal was designed by the team from Tecton Architects with input from a working group of committee members, Wilton police administrators, and Colliers.
The new design allows for 16,800 square feet, down from the 19,500 square feet the committee recommended to the Board of Selectmen on Dec. 16. The larger building was expected to cost around $16 million, which the selectmen nixed, tasking the committee to come in with a proposal for $14 million. The present station measures 11,000 square feet.