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County begins plans for renovations

Last year, Dawson County officials purchased a building once used by United Methodist Church members for their activities focused on the town’s youth.County commissioners agreed in a Friday morning special meeting to begin renovating the building, called the “Reality Building” at 413 S 1st Street, as the future location of the adult and juvenile probation offices.They agreed to hire Chapman Harvey Architects, Inc. of Lubbock at a cost of $57,600 to come up with the engineering and renovation plans.The facility will replace the probation departments’ current site that has been plagued with flooding problems for years. The county’s probation departments ...

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Lamesa Press-Reporter

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Lamesa, TX 79331