Tuesday, October 09, 2012

Sullivan Courthouse Employees Should Return To Work Today
Employees at the Sullivan County Courthouse were sent home Monday after a water main break flooded the first floor. The flooding left a foot of water on the floors and up to eight feet in the elevator. Mayor Steve Godsey says the damage to the first floor is minor, but crews did have to shut off the main water line valves. Repairs should be done by this morning with the courthouse planning to reopen later today.

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