5/13/15 – 6:42 A.M.
More groundwork was laid for a joint justice center in Seneca County Tuesday. The Review-Times reports the county commissioners met with North Central Ohio Regional Council of Governments representatives to discuss the project. The goal was to get an update on a contract for the construction project manager.
During the session members talked about Tiffin’s role in the process. Commissioner Fred Zoeller added no construction would take place until they have a final cost in place. He added that the city is working on a memorandum of understanding, but also said “we need a commitment to provide some funds.”
When built, the justice center would house the county and city courts, the clerk of courts and possibly other county offices.
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