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By Natalie Netzel



Natalie Netzel|The ObserverThe land on S.C. 219 that housed the old sheriff's office building is now vacant following demolition of the 11,000-square-foot building. County Administrator Wayne Adams said the county is holding the property as a real estate asset. The bricks and steel from the building were saved because the demolition company found other uses for it. The county's cost to tear down the building was $14,000. The building was originally build in 2001 but was later abandoned after mold concerns.
Natalie Netzel|The ObserverThe land on S.C. 219 that housed the old sheriff's office building is now vacant following demolition of the 11,000-square-foot building. County Administrator Wayne Adams said the county is holding the property as a real estate asset. The bricks and steel from the building were saved because the demolition company found other uses for it. The county's cost to tear down the building was $14,000. The building was originally build in 2001 but was later abandoned after mold concerns.
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Natalie Netzel|The Observer

The land on S.C. 219 that housed the old sheriff’s office building is now vacant following demolition of the 11,000-square-foot building. County Administrator Wayne Adams said the county is holding the property as a real estate asset. The bricks and steel from the building were saved because the demolition company found other uses for it. The county’s cost to tear down the building was $14,000. The building was originally build in 2001 but was later abandoned after mold concerns.

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