Jacksonville Humane Society begins construction to replace destroyed facility

The first step in a renewed Jacksonville Humane Society campus starts this morning with an official groundbreaking of its new Community Animal Hospital.

But after a few shovels of dirt kick off the $2.7 million project, the self-proclaimed “road to recovery” for a facility gutted by fire three years ago is just beginning, society officials said.

When the 6,500-square-foot animal hospital is done next fall, sights will be set on the overdue replacement for a modular building that has been the pet adoption center since the 2007 fire at the 30-acre Beach Boulevard site.

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