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Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Buildings remain a top priority for county

In April’s “State of the County” report, Cottonwood County Board Chair Tom Appel listed buildings as the number one priority for the year.

A few months later, he still sees it that way.

Recently, the board offered a preliminary plan for upgrades at the Law Enforcement Center, an upgrade that is now required by the Department of Corrections.

Meanwhile, plans for tuckpointing at the courthouse have been put on hold, thanks partly to the COVID impact. Supplies and materials for that project simply are not available.

For much more on this State of the County update, see the Aug. 4 Cottonwood County Citizen and Citizen eEdition and also the Aug. 4 Mt. Lake-Butterfield Observer/Advocate.

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