Report weighs pros, cons of moving courts
The Daily Progress Sunday, December 10, 2017 at 9 p.m.
A report to Albemarle’s Board of Supervisors says that keeping the county’s courts in downtown Charlottesville is the least expensive option, but that option alone would offer little in terms of economic growth for the county.
The supervisors will have a work session Wednesday to view the report on costs associated with relocating the county’s courts or renovating in the current Court Square area.
The cost benefit analysis report from Stantec, the firm hired by the county to analyze the possible relocation of the courts and/or the County Office Building on McIntire Road, shows the two options that would keep the courts downtown would be the least expensive.
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