5/6/15 – 5:30 A.M.
Another step towards building a new joint justice center in Seneca County was taken this week. The Review-Times reports Tiffin City Council has approved a memorandum of understanding for the project. The county commissioners will now develop a contract with the North Central Ohio Regional Council of Governments to serve as project manager.
The justice center will be built where the former courthouse once stood in Tiffin. It’s expected to cost $8.5 million and will house two common pleas courts, the clerk of courts and Tiffin-Fostoria Municipal Court when completed. The county will own 75 percent while the city will own the remaining 25 percent.
The commissioners have requested a timeline for project details. They are also asking for a list that spells out who handles what parts of the project.
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