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August 29, 2006

Valdosta - The City of Valdosta is set to open the doors of its first Municipal Court building.

The new building is located at 100 South Oak Street.

The court, which has been doing business from the small City Council Chambers in City Hall, will now have the proper space for it's every day operations and employees.  "Its been a tough predicament for our judge and for our court clerk to because they really don't have their own area where they can sit down and do a lot of things," says Interim City Public Information Officer Brian Childress.

The new building has plenty of space.  It features a large courtroom and offices for the clerks, judge, and staff.

The new building will open September 1st.

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