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THC approves funding emergency courthouse foundation repair
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Karnes County recently received a $523,105 emergency grant from the Texas Historical Commission for the foundation repair of the Karnes County Courthouse.   This is a 50 percent matching grant to pay for the foundation repair to be done in 2013 in preparation for Phase 2, completion of the restoration.  Karnes County Commissioners attending were Shelby Dupnik and Pete Jauer.  Architect, Graham Luhm,  and project coordinator Lorraine Dailey were present.  Representing the Karnes County Historical Commission and Society were Truett Hunt, Maggie Hunt and Sue Carter.  THC representatives are Sharon Fleming and Mark Cowan.
Contributed photo Karnes County recently received a $523,105 emergency grant from the Texas Historical Commission for the foundation repair of the Karnes County Courthouse. This is a 50 percent matching grant to pay for the foundation repair to be done in 2013 in preparation for Phase 2, completion of the restoration. Karnes County Commissioners attending were Shelby Dupnik and Pete Jauer. Architect, Graham Luhm, and project coordinator Lorraine Dailey were present. Representing the Karnes County Historical Commission and Society were Truett Hunt, Maggie Hunt and Sue Carter. THC representatives are Sharon Fleming and Mark Cowan.
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Karnes County recently received a $523,105 emergency grant from the Texas Historical Commission for the foundation repair of the Karnes County Courthouse. This is a 50 percent matching grant to pay for the foundation repair to be done in 2013 in preparation for Phase 2, completion of the restoration. Karnes County Commissioners attending were Shelby Dupnik and Pete Jauer. Architect, Graham Luhm, and project coordinator Lorraine Dailey were present. Representing the Karnes County Historical Commission and Society were Truett Hunt, Maggie Hunt and Sue Carter. THC representatives are Sharon Fleming and Mark Cowan.
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