Courthouse window rehab could cost $2M

Pictured is the west side of the Elkhart County Courthouse.

GOSHEN — The county could pay $2 million for windows as part of upkeep on the historic courthouse.

The Elkhart County Board of Commissioners on Monday approved a $213,550 appropriation from the general fund for costs related to the rehabilitation of the county courthouse windows. The Elkhart County Courthouse in downtown Goshen will undergo a range of costly repairs in the near future, from top to bottom.

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Just wondering here. From someone who knows nothing about these things! Are there any programs available for historical rehab? Certainly our courthouse is considered historical!

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