Concerns are related to what has erroneously been labeled a detention center there.
According to ICE spokesman Shawn Neudauer, there will be four temporary holding cells that will be designed to hold illegal immigrants as they are processed for deportation. There will be no beds for overnight stays. Most often, the stays are a couple of hours, Neudauer said through an e-mail.
After getting processed, the detainees will then be transferred to county jails.
Most of the ICE office will be used for office space, Neudauer said.
Landlord Jeff Greenberg says he was talking to some ICE representatives about the move earlier this week.
“They said that the best way to describe what they do is that they’re a travel agency,” Greenberg says with a laugh. “They investigate, find the customer and send them on their way.”