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Published: Thursday, 4/10/2014 - Updated: 8 months ago

Tiffin approves justice center

TIFFIN — A proposed justice center project won support Wednesday from City Council.

Council President Rich Cline said council unanimously approved a resolution expressing its support for the justice center concept, which would provide a home for the municipal court and the Seneca County Common Pleas Courts.

A recently released study recommended the city and county team up to build a justice center, at an estimated cost of $8.5 million, on the site where the Seneca County Courthouse stood until it was razed in 2012. The city’s resolution also urges county commissioners to “actively” consider the project.



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