The Marshall County Board of Supervisors took on what some folks might call a “sticky wicket” in regards to interior work at the Marshall County Courthouse. Some of the necessary work for code-required updates has become an issue between the County and its insurance carrier. Building and Grounds Superintendent Lucas Baedke said the delays have been going on for seven months. Those delays have led him to believe that the exterior work may be done before the interior work. Plus there have been questions from the public.
Baedke asked the Board to authorize moving forward with the work, with the County paying for the work, as needed via a line of credit, and getting the Courthouse work done. The Board voted unanimously to move forward to do just that.