8/29/14 – 6:51 A.M.
A Seneca County Commissioner is looking to stamp out controversy about a proposed justice center. The Courier reports Fred Zoeller has asked that stakes be put in the lawn where the county courthouse once stood. The stakes would mark off where the building could be constructed.
Zoeller says he wants people to see that if the 9,000 square foot justice center is built, it would still leave plenty of green space. In fact, Zoeller says around 60% of the lawn would still be intact.
Plans for a new justice center include building a multi-story building for two common pleas courts, the Tiffin-Fostoria Municipal Court, and possibly other county offices.
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