Commissioners voted to replace the HVAC system at the Weakley County Courthouse and make upgrades to other county buildings, during Monday night’s meeting of the Weakley County Commission. The price tag for the improvements amounts to $3.4 million.
DRESDEN (Sept. 16) — Commissioners authorized the expenditure of $3.4 million to resolve problems plaguing several county buildings, during Monday night’s Weakley County Commission meeting.
This includes the Weakley County Courthouse, which has serious mechanical issues with the antiquated and failing HVAC system, water leaks, moisture damage and mold problems. The project, which will be engineered by PATH Company, LLC from Memphis, also includes upgrades at other county buildings.
(See complete story in the Sep. 18, 2019 issue of the Dresden Enterprise.)