Building OK’d for demolition, but former state police home’s future unclear


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Troopers with the Indiana State Police gather outside the former Seymour post just before it closed in March 2010. The fate of the 1937 building remains in limbo. FILE PHOTO


An organization designed to preserve historic buildings across the state continues to look at the possibility of saving the former state police post in Seymour.

“We are still very interested in working to help market the property and lease it from the state or perhaps even purchase it from the state,” said Greg Sekula, director of Indiana Landmarks Southern Regional Office in Jeffersonville.

A state historic review board cleared the way for demolition of the former Indiana State Police post in Seymour in mid-August.

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