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County Embarks on Major Campus Redo 9/1/17  09/01/17 5:34:26 PM Printer Friendly VersionPrinter Friendly Version

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Seated from left, Public Properties Director Jerry Leahy, Douglas County Treasurer John Ewing and Douglas County Emergency Management Agency Director Paul Johnson waited to be called to the podium by Commissioner Jim Cavanaugh.
County Embarks on Major Campus Redo
The Douglas County Administrative Services Committee took the unusual step Tuesday of holding their meeting outdoors at the Douglas County West Campus at 153rd and Maple Road. The site is about to undergo a major renovation, turning the former Thomas Fitzgerald Veterans Home into the new home of Douglas County 911, the Treasurer’s Office, Department of Motor Vehicles and other county offices. The north wing of the building has already been converted into Emergency Services.
Officials said they are pleased to bring service to the people where they live. The project is the product of the Public Safety Bond approved by voters. Demolition of the interior was to commence the day after the meeting and Cavanaugh insisted that it would be “on time and on budget.” The new occupants should be operating by February of 2019.
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