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County to use grant for windows at historic courthouse

June 11th, 2014 - 5:23am

(PORT ANGELES) The old Clallam County Courthouse may soon have some new windows included as part of its restoration efforts by the county.

The county is already at work with grant funds to refurbish the 100-year old clock tower at the courthouse, fix the upstairs terrazzo floor, and refurbish some A.D.A. Restrooms on the second floor.

County parks, fair and facilities director, Joel Winborn, says that this new grant application, directed to the Department of Archeology and Historic Preservation, could defray $100-thousand dollars from the cost of window replacement.

$100-thousand. Winborn says that other repairs include, miscellaneous plumbing, signage, a thorough cleaning of the building's exterior, along with repairs to the building's metal work.

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