FSCO Buries Two Time Capsules; Scheduled Openings Set for 2067 and 2072

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Sheriff Rick Staly and the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office buried two time capsules today, July 10 at 1:30 pm, at the Flagler County Sheriff’s Operations Center.

“I think history is important. It shows where you have come from and where you’re going,” said Sheriff Staly. “What’s better than a time capsule to commemorate the opening of this beautiful building that will serve our county for decades to come. It would be interesting to see how different the world will be 50 years from now.”

The first time capsule, the “FCSO Centennial Time Capsule” is scheduled to be opened on July 9, 2067. The opening date coincides with the agency’s 150th anniversary and includes items from FCSO’s 100th anniversary in 2017 includes photos and news articles from the 100th anniversary celebration (FCSO news release, Flagler Live article, Palm Coast Observer article, Daytona Beach News-Journal article as well as FCSO Centennial badge, challenge coin, and pin.

The second time capsule, the “FCSO Operations and District 3 Time Capsule” is scheduled to be opened on November 7, 2072. The opening date coincides with the 50th anniversary of the Dedication Ceremony for the new Sheriff’s Operations Center and District 3 building which was held on November 7, 2023. The time capsule includes an Eviction Notice and Writ of Possession from the Courthouse: Tom Bexley, Clerk of the Court, Plaintiff. Rick Staly, Sheriff, Defendant. Served November 7, 2022, USB drive with time-lapse of building construction, Architects Design Group Design Directory, FCSO face mask from COVID-19 and FCSO challenge coins (COVID-19, 2020, 2022, and Dedication Ceremony).

 

By Kim Hunt

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