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ANDERSON, Ind. (AP) — County employees are moving out of a courthouse in central Indiana to allow for asbestos remediation work.
The county’s Board of Commissions approved an agreement Tuesday with Anderson University to lease space at two locations for more than $30,000 a month. Relocated offices include the court system and clerk’s office.
Asbestos was first learned in the courthouse in October 2016. The remediation and temporary office relocation is expected to cost about $2 million.
The county will provide security and housekeeping at the new locations. The university will cover utility costs.
Officials say the courthouse will be closed to the public starting Nov. 27. The building is expected to reopen in June 30.
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