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Court Renovations on Table
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TitleCourt Renovations on Table
Extended TitleHoped-for investments in courthouses will help Independence in many ways, advocates say.
AbstractProposals for renovations of the Truman Courthouse in Independence and the Jackson County Courthouse Annex are being requested by county officials who "have worked for close to 10 years to save and stabilize the Truman Courthouse, which still includes the former office and courtroom of Harry Truman, who as Jackson County presiding judge supervised the completion of a separate renovation in 1933." Last month the Truman historic district was officially expanded to include the Independence Square.
AuthorBrian Burnes
DateAugust 22, 2011
SourceThe Kansas City Star
LocationVertical File: Jackson County Courthouse-Independence
PageA4 & A5
SubjectCourthouses
Historic buildings
Local SubjectJackson County Courthouse - Independence
Truman Historic District
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeNewspaper Article
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CONTENTdm number39732
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