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11/02/2016

THE MARTIN COUNTY BOARD TUESDAY RECEIVED AND FILED THE MARTIN COUNTY OFFICE SPACE STUDY WHICH WAS PRESENTED BY DIANE BEHN, ISG ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS. THE STUDY CAME UP WITH RECOMMENDATIONS ON HOW TO BETTER USE OFFICE SPACE AT THE COURTHOUSE AND SECURITY BUILDING.

THE STUDY CONCLUDED THAT MOST DEPARTMENTS CURRENT LOCATIONS, LAYOUTS AND AVAILABLE SPACE ARE SATISFACTORY. HOWEVER IT MENTIONED VETERANS SERVICE OFFICE AND COUNTY ASSESSOR'S DEPARTMENT WOULD BE BETTER SERVED IN DIFFERENT LOCATIONS. TO ACCOMMODATE SOME NEEDS THE COUNTY COORDINATOR DEPARTMENT COULD BE RELOCATED WITHIN THE COURTHOUSE AND SECURITY BUILDING.

EXTENSION AND JOINT TRANSIT DEPARTMENTS COULD BE RELOCATED TO OTHER COUNTY OWNED OR LEASED FACILITIES. EXTENT AND PROBABLE COST OF REQUIRED IS MINIMAL ACCORDING TO THE STUDY. ADDITIONAL SPACE WOULD BE REQUIRED TO HOUSE VETERANS SERVICES, EXTENSION AND THE COUNTY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE. COMMISSIONERS WILL FURTHER SCRUTINIZE THE STUDY BEFORE ANY ACTION, IF ANY IS TAKEN. THE STUDY PROVIDED SEVERAL DIFFERENT CONCEPTS AND SCENARIOS FOR COMMISSIONERS TO CONSIDER FOR ANY RELOCATING OF OFFICES THAT MIGHT TAKE PLACE.



ROD HALVORSEN
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