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Richardson County Board hears update on courthouse foundation

(KLZA)-- Richardson County Commissioners heard a report from Michael Clancy and Don Brown with RenoDra USA from Overland Park, Kansas Tuesday on the moisture damage found on the foundation of the Courthouse.

A proposal from the company would rid the building of the salts and water and allow the brick and mortar to be repaired permanently. Once installed, they claim the system will dry out the building and keep it dry so long as the system remains in place.  RenoDry USA estimates the system will remain effective for at least 80 – 100 years.

The price tag for the work is $11,325.  

Commissioners are to consider the proposal during their September 28 meeting. 

Commissioners also approved the purchase of a rotary tire changer and balancing machine for the Richardson County Road and Bridge Department.  The machine will be purchased at a cost of $24,769.  

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