Editor,Regarding the July 29 news article, "Police station back on table?" and Kaysville's mayor, Steve Hiatt's rationalization as to why the voter-rejected project of the police palace was tweaked, I would like to remind the mayor of the following facts:1) The main reason the police palace was rejected was because it was too big and elaborate. 2) It contained an EOC community room to facilitate people in case of any emergency (this duplicated what the Davis County Sheriff's Office and come up with, e.g., a county emergency plan which included participation of all the churches within Davis County. There is no need for Kaysville to build this). 3) It contained a complex to handle 911 calls on a 24/7 basis. Presently, at 5 p.m., the city turns those calls over to the Davis county Sheriff's Office to handle. I might say it is much cheaper this way and much more efficient. 4) It contained so many offices for people who do not exist, it is funny. 5) It had an elaborate work-out area with a female dressing room and a male dressing room. What is wrong with the officers walking 20 feet to the recreation office, or better still, why don't they use the free passes given to them two years ago by the owner of the sportsplex? We don't need this.