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$3,840 courthouse addition study is given the go-ahead

April 3, 2012

    Dave Sholl of Schenkel and Schultz Architecture on Monday presented the Adams County Commissioners with an estimate of $3,840 to perform a study on the feasibility of adding an addition to the Adams County Courthouse to house superior court, Community Corrections and the probation department.
    The proposal includes an assessment of the existing conditions of the courthouse, development of floor plans, site plans, and building section, parking options, cost estimate, and a final presentation to commissioners.
    Sholl will also visit the Randolph County Courthouse in Winchester to study how the addition to that building was successfully completed.
    Commissioners approved the estimate for the proposal 3-0, and Sholl is expected to have a completed  study of the courthouse within three weeks.

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