JONESBOROUGH, Tenn. - A stalled construction project inside one of the region's oldest courthouses is about to resume.
Washington County Commissioners approved spending $150,000 to complete the second floor renovations using a contractor.
Work has not progressed for more than eight months after several construction issues arose. The county was trying do to the project for $200,000 using inmate labor.
The vote Monday night will not involve inmate labor but instead contractor crews.
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