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Courthouse Study to be Partially Publicly Funded?

It looks like a portion of a feasibility study for the renovation of the Nevada County Courthouse will come from public money. Nevada City government had hoped to fund the 94-thousand dollar study with private donations, but now the City Council is being asked to approve 30-thousand dollars from Measure L funds. City Manager David Brennan says the state will eventually approve a project to renovate the over-a-century-old courthouse, and he wants to make sure they are ready…

Listen to David Brennan 1

Brennan says 30-grand is a small price to pay for an eventual renovation that would extend the life of the courthouse another 50 years…

Listen to David Brennan 2

This week’s City Council meeting has been canceled, so the funding will be considered at their June 12th meeting. The council took no action on how to spend the three-eighths-of-a-cent sales tax funds that voters approved in November at their special meeting last week.

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