New Jail, Renovation Process Begins
The process has begun to build a new Dickinson County jail and renovate the existing courthouse.
County voters approved the $13.5 million bond issue during the Aug. 7 election that will fund building a new jail and sheriff’s office, renovating the current courthouse and improving, equipping, furnishing and completing other things involved in the project.
Dickinson County Administrator Brad Homman told commissioners Thursday that a planning meeting took place Monday, Aug. 20 with county staff and representatives from Goldberg Group Architects of St. Joseph, Mo., Loyd Builders of Ottawa and Piper Jaffray & Co., of Leawood, the financing company.
Goldberg Group Architects (GGA) will begin providing information it has put together since early 2016 to Loyd Builders, the construction firm that will handle the project.
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