A 15-million dollar facelift is expected to bring new life to a century-old northwest, Florida government complex.
Work will soon be completed on the Walton County Courthouse addition.
For more than three-years, construction crews have added three-floors and a new courtroom.
For the first time, all of the county's state office workers will have space in the courthouse.
Currently, several are at other locations across DeFuniak Springs.
Circuit Court Clerk Martha Ingles says, "It’ll be a one-stop shop for our citizens of the county. We can expect all the constitutional office holders to have space in the courthouse again."
Employees can move into the new Walton County courthouse addition either late next month, or early July.
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