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No racket during work on courthouse roof
Half million dollar project must work around judges
, staff@fgazette.com
06-05-2014

After four years of paperwork and over $100,000 in temporary repairs, work may begin soon to put a new roof on the Union Parish Courthouse
Then again, it may not.
The greatest concern about the project, according to Union Parish Police Jury consulting engineer David Dumas, is causing as little disruption as possible to the administration of justice.

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