2011-01-13 / Front Page

Streetlights Reset At Courthouse



Brandon Hockenberry, left, and Craig Harman, Craig Harman Plumbing, McConnellsburg, subcontractors for Fulton Electric, reset a newly rewired streetlight along North Second Street at the courthouse Monday afternoon following the recent pouring of a new sidewalk. The improved streetscape is part of a multi-million-dollar renovation that the county commissioners have now said will include the razing and replacement of the sheriff’s office housed in the mid-19th century jail seen in the background, left. The new sheriff’s office, according to the commissioners, will be a brick structure in keeping with the Greek Revival style of the courthouse. Brandon Hockenberry, left, and Craig Harman, Craig Harman Plumbing, McConnellsburg, subcontractors for Fulton Electric, reset a newly rewired streetlight along North Second Street at the courthouse Monday afternoon following the recent pouring of a new sidewalk. The improved streetscape is part of a multi-million-dollar renovation that the county commissioners have now said will include the razing and replacement of the sheriff’s office housed in the mid-19th century jail seen in the background, left. The new sheriff’s office, according to the commissioners, will be a brick structure in keeping with the Greek Revival style of the courthouse.

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