The environmentally friendly structure is twice the size of the 55-year-old building that replaced. It also has a community room, fiber-optics for better emergency communications, a high-tech video room and workout facilities.
As for the pay raise, Daley said the city is negotiating with police and firefighter unions.
"I cannot comment on anything involved in negotiations. We're in a serious economic crisis. Our revenue is going down, and the taxpayers are feeling the pinch," Daley said.
"I'm not involved in the negotiations. It's the unions and the city. And again, those negotiations are private. They're to be done at the negotiation table between the parties involved," said Weis.
"The city reportedly faces a possible $200 million budget deficit.