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Who is paying for the repair work being done to the Cobb Judicial Annex?

Lydia Coutre
StarNews
Work is being done on the exterior of the W. Allen Cobb Judicial Annex. Photo by Si Cantwell

Work is being done on the exterior of the W. Allen Cobb Judicial Annex. Photo by Si Cantwell

Q. What is happening to the outside of the courthouse Judicial Annex? Is the city paying for the repairs?

A. Contractors are replacing the brick and cast stone veneer, replacing windows, waterproofing the substrate and correcting structural issues at the W. Allen Cobb Judicial Annex.

The construction costs total $2.6 million and New Hanover County is paying the bill.

Work began last May and is expected to be completed by the end of the year.

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