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MSP Cumberland Barrack Temporarily Relocating Effective Today

November 14th, 2018 by WCBC Radio

As preparations to replace the oldest Maryland State Police barrack in the state continue, the troopers and civilian staff at the Cumberland Barrack will be relocating temporarily effective today and  want to be certain Allegany County citizens are aware of their new location. The personnel assigned to the Cumberland Barrack will be temporarily relocating to the Allegany County Emergency Operations Center, located at 11400 Pittsburgh Plate Glass Road SE, Cumberland,  about 11 miles southeast of the current barrack.  The temporary relocation is projected to last about two years.  The current Cumberland Barrack, located at 1125 National Highway, has been in continual operation for 62 years.  Governor Larry Hogan and the Maryland General Assembly approved plans for a new state-of-the-art facility to replace the aging and outdated barrack.  The new barrack will be built on the site of the current barrack, requiring the temporary relocation of personnel, so the old barrack can be demolished.  Lt. H.B. Martz, Barrack Commander, thanked the county for cooperating and providing a temporary location….


One Response to “MSP Cumberland Barrack Temporarily Relocating Effective Today”

  1. November 14, 2018 at 12:48 pm, Joe White said:

    That’s a considerable distance from I-68, unlike the old location. I hope it doesn’t hinder the effectiveness of the MSP.


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