The city of Leesburg is a step closer to converting the Train Depot to a community center.
Preservationists worry an ongoing problem of water running into the south side of the building will cause permanent damage to the foundation.
They considered raising the building, but that wouldn't keep it in its original state.
By teaming up with E-M-C engineering they came up with a better solution.
"So we came up with a drainage system for it which is inlets where water can go into and set up a French Drain on the west side of the building," said City Manager Bob Alexander.
Once that plan is approved, the project should speed up, though it's still more than a year away from being completed.
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Angel Thacker Freundschuh, 37, of Lee County, was sentenced to 12 months and a day in prison for perjury by U. S. District Court Judge Leslie J. Abrams in Albany, Wednesday.
Worth County Fire Rescue crews were called to the 500 block of Jewell Crowe Road for a structure fire, about 2:30 Wednesday afternoon.
As part of DNA week on Today in Georgia, WALB's Cade Fowler reveals his genetic findings and some tips on how to track down your ancestors.
Dougherty County Schools Superintendent Kenneth Dyer is preparing for his first school year in his new role.
Lee County leaders installed new public bathrooms on Jordan Road.