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Report: Repairing OC Gov't Center to cost millions

A new report released today by a consulting firm revealed major repair costs for the flood-damaged Orange County Government Center in Goshen. The study outlines several different options for the building,

News 12 Staff

May 20, 2014, 8:09 PM

Updated 3,682 days ago

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A new report released today by a consulting firm revealed major repair costs for the flood-damaged Orange County Government Center in Goshen. The study outlines several different options for the building, which has been closed for more than three months after tropical storms Irene and Lee pummeled the region. Complete renovations are likely to cost around $67 million while demolishing and rebuilding will exceed $93 million. County Executive Ed Diana (R-Orange) says he would like to see the facility replaced despite a separate $136 million plan that calls for all county offices to be consolidated into a new building. In the meantime, county officials have temporarily leased office space until they decide on a plan. Orange exec. closes government building due to weather damage


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