Courthouse review planned

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Bids expected later this month for jail expansion architects

By Rebecca Morris

Magistrates should know by early next year whether the Grayson County courthouse can support a new roof  and what other repairs and upgrades are needed in the building.
At the end of a nearly four-hour meeting Nov. 8, Grayson County Fiscal Court signed off on hiring Brandstetter Carrol of Lexington to do a full analysis of the courthouse.
The courthouse, in the center of Leitchfield’s Public Square, was built in 1938. It has a flat roof supported by metal trusses — and that roof is proving a nightmare for those who work in the building.

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