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3/25/2020 12:42:00 PM Email this articlePrint this article 
County board restricts access to courthouse
LAWRENCEVILLE - The Lawrence County Board approved a measure to restrict access to the Lawrence County Courthouse during its monthly meeting on March 18.

According to Lawrence County Sheriff Russell Adams, only the north emergency entrance to the building will now be open. Upon arrival, visitors will undergo screening, including having their temperature taken by a deputy. At that point, whoever they wish to visit will be contacted.

Courthouse employees will be required to go through the screening process, Adams said. Likewise, employees who will work in the courthouse annex will also undergo the daily screening. They will be required to sign in at the courthouse prior to going to work.

Adams noted that once a person undergoes screening for the day, he will not have to do it a second time.

In other business:

• The board approved the $400 annual fee for the Lawrenceville Rotary Club to place 20 flags around the courthouse on holidays.

• The board approved spending $544,393 on a bridge project over Indian Creek. Allendale Gravel was awarded the bid.

• Rob Andrews was appointed to a three-year term on the Christy Fire Protection District, starting May 1.

• The courthouse will be closed on April 10, to observe Good Friday.

• The next meeting of the Lawrence County Board is scheduled for 4 p.m., April 15.



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