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The future of Karnes County’s courthouse is starting to look more and more like its past as work continues on the Phase 1 courthouse restoration project. Workers removed scaffolding from the west side of the building recently revealing a facade that hasn’t been seen for a very long time. The goal of the restoration project is to restore the appearance of the building to what it was when constructed in 1894.  The project is expected to wrap up later this month, on time and under budget, according to officials with the Karnes County Historical Commission.
The future of Karnes County’s courthouse is starting to look more and more like its past as work continues on the Phase 1 courthouse restoration project. Workers removed scaffolding from the west side of the building recently revealing a facade that hasn’t been seen for a very long time. The goal of the restoration project is to restore the appearance of the building to what it was when constructed in 1894. The project is expected to wrap up later this month, on time and under budget, according to officials with the Karnes County Historical Commission.
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The future of Karnes County’s courthouse is starting to look more and more like its past as work continues on the Phase 1 courthouse restoration project. Workers removed scaffolding from the west side of the building recently revealing a facade that hasn’t been seen for a very long time. The goal of the restoration project is to restore the appearance of the building to what it was when constructed in 1894. The project is expected to wrap up later this month, on time and under budget, according to officials with the Karnes County Historical Commission.
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