3/26/15 – 5:19 A.M.
Elected officials in Seneca County are working to find a project manager for the construction of a new justice center. The Review-Times reports the county commissioners are in favor of appointing the North Central Ohio Regional Council of Governments. However, to be eligible for a $500,000 state loan for the planning stage of the building, Tiffin officials must also sign off on the manager. So far that hasn’t happened.
Tiffin leaders had wanted to build the justice center on a former school property. The county commissioners selected land next to the county court annex building. Commissioner Fred Zoeller met with four judges and Tiffin Mayor Aaron Montz to discuss the issue yesterday.
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