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Windsor County Courthouse Bond Approved

March 6, 2013 4:27 pm Category: News Leave a comment A+ / A-

After more than five solid hours of counting, the votes are in: the $2 million, 20-year bond that will bring a renovation for Windsor County’s Courthouse has passed by a vote of 5412 to 3828.
The 1885 building that serves the county will be expanded by 1,250 square feet and get a new stair tower, elevator, security system and metal detector, among other renovations.

From left to right, Meg Matz of Woodstock, Paul Doton of Barnard and Marge Waitfield of Pomfret clarify a question with Windsor County Clerk Susan Motschman, during the counting of votes for the Windsor County Courthouse bond Wednesday afternoon. Gwen Stanley Photo
From left to right, Meg Matz of Woodstock, Paul Doton of Barnard and Marge Waitfield of Pomfret clarify a question with Windsor County Clerk Susan Motschman, during the counting of votes for the Windsor County Courthouse bond Wednesday afternoon. [/caption]

Windsor County Courthouse Bond Approved Reviewed by on . After more than five solid hours of counting, the votes are in: the $2 million, 20-year bond that will bring a renovation for Windsor County's Courthouse has pa After more than five solid hours of counting, the votes are in: the $2 million, 20-year bond that will bring a renovation for Windsor County's Courthouse has pa Rating:

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