PLANS ARE PROGRESSING TO IMPLEMENT NEW SECURITY MEASURES AT THE WOODBURY COUNTY COURTHOUSE.
THOSE PLANS INCLUDE CLOSING THE WEST ENTRANCE ON DOUGLAS STREET AND HAVING A SECURITY CHECKPOINT AT THE NORTH DOORS ON 7TH STREET.
A NEW WHEELCHAIR LIFT AND RAMP WILL BE INSTALLED AT A COST OF AROUND $28-THOUSAND DOLLARS.
THE COUNTY ALSO RECEIVED 5 BIDS FOR A NEW CAMERA SECURITY SYSTEM TO MONITOR THE COURTHOUSE.
THE BIDS RANGED FROM $8300 TO $20 THOUSAND DOLLARS.
COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR ED GILLILAND SAYS THE COURTHOUSE WILL HAVE A STATE OF THE ART SYSTEM:
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THE SUPERVISORS WILL APPROVE THE WINNING BID IN TWO WEEKS.
A detention hearing has been scheduled Aug. 4 for a 44-year-old Akron man held as a material witness in the deaths of his elderly parents. Jonathan Neunaber has been held since [...]