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Justice Center PDB gets appraisal: 3 parcels total $525,000
Next meeting is May 23, 2006
By Ed Waggener
The Adair County Justice Center Project Development Board (PDB) now knows what the appraisals are for the site selected inside an area bounded by Campbellsville ST, Merchant Street, Monroe Alley and the Columbia, City Cemetery.
The total is $525,000, somewhat more than the slightly over $400,000, including site preparation, which has been budgeted for the land.
The Board went into executive session at the Tuesday, April 25 meeting, to discuss the appraiser's findings.
When they returned, they announced that the figures would be released to the public and that they would meet privately with the owners of each of the three properties.
Brief meeting with few other actions
Besides the receipt of the appraisal, there were few other actions.
There was a brief report from Paul Knowles, project manager, DZL, Inc., the Frankfort, KY, architectural design board.
The PDB approved the payment of the appraiser's bill and set the next meeting date for May 23, 2006, at 5:00 p.m.All of the board members were present at the meeting, presided over by Adair County Judge Jerry Vaughan.
The Adair County Justice Center Project development board includes the chairman, Adair County Judge Executive Jerry Vaughan, and Adair County Distric 1 Magistrate Roger Stephens, the PDB includes Attorney Marshall Loy, Circuit Court Judge Jim Weddle, Adair County Court Clerk Dennis Loy. Douglas Teague, Administrative Office of the Courts representative. Jeff Lillie. is the AOC advisor to the PDB.
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