Courthouse work nearly complete

Renovation work on the Huron County Courthouse is substantially complete, Huron County Commissioner Mike Adelman said. The Huron County Common Pleas Court staff is in the process of moving back to its building on Main Street in uptown Norwalk. Court will be in session there on Monday, Adelman said.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

Renovation work on the Huron County Courthouse is substantially complete, Huron County Commissioner Mike Adelman said.

The Huron County Common Pleas Court staff is in the process of moving back to its building on Main Street in uptown Norwalk. Court will be in session there on Monday, Adelman said.

Since early June, staff members have been housed at Norwalk High School, during the installation of a new heating and cooling system and work on a light replacement project. The project was initially estimated at $1.5 million, but currently stands at $1.7 million, Adelman said.

Work on the courthouse's second and third floors is complete for the most part, Adelman said.

He added the air-conditioning system is complete, and courthouse staff should be pleasantly surprised.

Work will be continue on the first floor, for the juvenile and probate court, Adelman added.