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August 9, 2006

Lee County-- Lee County leaders may have a solution to overcrowding in their administration building.  

The Old Lee County High School is already undergoing renovations to make it available for public meetings. Now, the project architect will change the design of the building to include additional administrative space.

The old school could house offices for several county departments. It could also serve as a "one stop shop" for builders if county planning, land development and building inspection offices were all under one roof. The redesign plan would cost nearly $29,000.

$700,000 in SPLOST money has been allocated for the entire renovation project.

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