Orange Co. Gov't Center torn down

Construction on the new government center in Goshen could begin in late January.

Construction on the  new government center in Goshen could begin in late January.

Construction on the new government center in Goshen could begin in late January. (12/22/15)

GOSHEN - Steel beams and concrete are all that is left of the old Orange County Government Center in Goshen.

News 12 was given a tour of what once was the government center. The center closed down four years ago after being damaged by Hurricane Lee.

The $64 million project will include a 200,000-square-foot building that will house all county services once again. The demolition is complete and so is the bidding process on construction.

County officials say construction could start as early as late January and will be finished in 2017.

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