Final courthouse renovations to begin soon
by Franklin Clark, Reporter -- fclark@cadizrecord.com
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Trigg County Attorney Randy Braboyy (above left) read the bids for the final renovation project for the Trigg County Courthouse Annex at Monday evening’s Trigg County Fiscal Court meeting. The renovations will be to his office and to the office of Trigg County Jailer James Hughes.</i>
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Trigg County Attorney Randy Braboyy (above left) read the bids for the final renovation project for the Trigg County Courthouse Annex at Monday evening’s Trigg County Fiscal Court meeting. The renovations will be to his office and to the office of Trigg County Jailer James Hughes.

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The last phase of the renovations to the Trigg County Courthouse will start soon, as magistrates on the Trigg County Fiscal Court voted on a low bid on Monday evening.

This round of renovations will be to the offices of Trigg County Attorney Randy Braboy and Trigg County Jailer James Hughes. Magistrates voted 6 – 0 on the low bid of $35,667.56 to Greenfield Construction. Thomas and Majors Properties submitted a bid of $36,778, while Lane Construction submitted a bid of $38,136.

Other areas of the Trigg County Courthouse, such as the area used by the office of Trigg County Clerk Dorris McGill and the Trigg County Fiscal Court meeting room, have already been renovated. The Courthouse, across the street from the Trigg County Justice Center, also houses the Trigg County Judge Executive Hollis Alexander’s office.

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