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Envisioning a new courthouse

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Top Photo: One option presented would be to tear down the existing courthouse and close Texas Street. Bottom Left Photo: Jurors were presented with two options — renovate and add to the existing courthouse or build a new one where the old County Market building (pictured above) is currently located. Bottom Righ Photo: HGA project manager Sam Costanza talks about long-term options for the parish’s facilities.

Is a new $25 million courthouse in the future for Lincoln Parish?

It could be if Lincoln Parish Police Jurors opt to go for Option 1 of two options presented to them by Hunt, Guillot and Associates and architect Mike Walpole.

On Monday evening, HGA and Walpole, who have contracted with the jury to help devise a long-term plan for the parish’s aging facilities, gave a presentation to the Lincoln Parish Police Jury Long-Range Planning Committee at the Library Events Center.

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