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Posted by: Katharine Heriges on Aug 1, 2018
Rutherford County commissioners are moving ahead with a planned $3 million renovation of the former judicial building and sell an old annex and coin building connected to it on the public square, the Murfreesboro Post reports. The commission’s property management committee voted Thursday to allow the Public Building Authority to handle the refurbishing project. The buildings have been vacant since May when the $74 million Rutherford County Judicial Complex opened two blocks north.