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courthouse

a public building in which courts of law are held

Courthouse

A building designed to contain one or more courtrooms and related facilities, such as judge’s chambers, administrative offices, and jury rooms.

courthouse

1. A building in which are contained rooms for courts of law, judges’ chambers, offices of clerks of court, and, sometimes, other official offices.
2. A building containing county administrative offices, often including the county jail.
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"We just have to realize that we do have an old courthouse and it has old infrastructure," White said.
The genesis of the courthouse project dates back to 2004 when Congress allocated $26 million for site acquisition and design of a new courthouse in Harrisburg.
So here is the legal problem: Moving the courthouse from its original location in the center of the town square as directed by the Skinners' deed was a violation (albeit a minor one) by the county of the conditions upon which the Skinners gave the land to the county.
Please tell me I was just imagining the June 1 front page photo and article on the ceremonious opening of the Tampa courthouse "lactation rooms."
The rowhomes at Courthouse Square feature two row home designs with multiple floor plan options.
The society is now celebrating the 10th year the courthouse has been open to the public and supplies volunteers to ensure it opens each Sunday, when entry is free.
Putting the courthouse back into productive use is indeed a big win for Worcester.
Recommendation: In order to improve the planning and oversight for future courthouse construction projects, to increase the efficiency of courtroom usage through courtroom sharing, and to ensure that future courthouses are built within the congressionally authorized gross square footage, the Administrator of GSA should establish sufficient internal control activities to ensure that regional GSA officials understand and follow GSA's space measurement policies throughout the planning and construction of courthouses.
SAINSBURY'S Courthouse Green Grocery Online team Maureen Hillier, Sam Jones, Sandra Bishop, and Ian Gutteridge line up to climb "the wall" at the AT7 Centre in Coventry.
State Employees' Credit Union, Raleigh, N.C., has provided a $200,000 investment via the SECU Foundation to the Mitchell County Courthouse Foundation for renovations to the historic courthouse, making way for the SECU Virtual Learning and Communication Center, which will house a telecommunications and public access computer system.
In the Salinas, California, courthouse in Monterey County, asbestos-abatement work has been conducted with people in the building.