Jacob Ham of Fraser Construction drops debris into a dumpster during renovation work on the Beaufort County Courthouse in August, 2012. The work is on time and on budget, a county official said in December, and contractors have not found the extensive water damage they feared behind the damage facade.
Jacob Ham of Fraser Construction drops debris into a dumpster during renovation work on the Beaufort County Courthouse in August, 2012. The work is on time and on budget, a county official said in December, and contractors have not found the extensive water damage they feared behind the damage facade. SARAH WELLIVER, staff photo
Jacob Ham of Fraser Construction drops debris into a dumpster during renovation work on the Beaufort County Courthouse in August, 2012. The work is on time and on budget, a county official said in December, and contractors have not found the extensive water damage they feared behind the damage facade. SARAH WELLIVER, staff photo

County: Water damage to County Courthouse no worse than expected

December 25, 2012 03:22 PM

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