A planned $33-million project intended to house Oro Valley police, water and public works departments has been put on hold.

The Oro Valley Town Council on May 6 unanimously voted to postpone the project in lieu of budget constraints in fiscal 2010, which begins July 1.

The town bought the 23-acre site at Rancho Vistoso Boulevard and Innovation Park Drive in 2006 for $4.7 million.

The council considered four options for the property — including building the facility in one phase as originally planned, building over several phases, selling the land and transferring the project to a portion of the Naranja Town Site property, or putting the e

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