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New Judicial Center Construction Proceeding Quickly

Apr
08
2012

On September 13, 2011 Sumter County broke ground on a new Judicial Center at the corner of Harvin and Calhoun, across from the Sumter County Library.

The 80,000-square-foot, $20 million facility is made possible thanks to funding through Penny for Progress sales tax. The facility will be the new home of nearly all judicial offices and proceedings in Sumter County. It's scheduled to open in 2013.

Sumter County Judicial Center Construction Aerial Photos

Mar
20
2012

The following Aerial Photography, detailing, Penny for Progress, Construction of the Sumter County Judicial Center, was kindly provided by:

Judicial Center

Judicial Center - Artist Rendering

The State Supreme Court has directed Sumter County to address safety concerns at the Court House where we handle a per capita docket on par with Greenville and Columbia.  The new Judicial Center will address the concerns and make more space available in the current Court House.

 

Judicial Center Breaks Ground

Mar
07
2012


Groundbreaking on a new Judicial Center for Sumter County occured on Sep 13, 2011.

The 80,000-square-foot, $20 million facility is made possible thanks to funding through Penny for Progress sales tax. The facility will be the new home of nearly all judicial offices and proceedings in Sumter County. It's scheduled to open in 2013.

The project is currently proceeding at a very good pace.

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