The development board has been discussing some sizes placements and items for inclusion in the time capsule, Humphries said, although he added a decision didn’t have to made about the time capsule until the February development board meeting.
Humphries said the board is open to ideas from anyone about what to place in the time capsule, which will be located in the Justice Center, although exactly where hasn’t yet been decided.
“We heard reports about how the progress is going with the Justice Center,” Humphries told the Cadiz Record.
The Justice Center is still on schedule for a June opening, according to Humphries, who said the building is 98-percent dried and will hopefully be completely dried by the end of this week, although they don’t want to rush the process and risk having mold in the new building.
(For the rest of the story, check out this week's edition of the Cadiz Record.)