Plans for refurbishing Fayette County’s Administrative Complex include improving the parking lot as well as the buildings. Courtesy Fayette County

Fayette plans administrative complex improvements

Fayette County’s Administrative Complex in downtown Fayetteville is getting spiffed up for spring. The Board of Commissioners voted 5-0 recently to approve $113,350 to refurbish the public and staff parking lots.

At the urging of Commissioner Steve Brown, the workers will try to preserve most of the mature trees in the area. The building itself will get improvements that include pressure washing, painting, repairing the catwalk and replacing damaged awnings and signs for a total cost of $264,000. The work will begin this month and continue into April, and will save money by using county staff labor instead of contractors for some tasks.

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