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Construction of Taylor County's new judicial center has fallen behind schedule and the building may not be open until July.
At last week's regular Fiscal Court meeting, Magistrate James Jones told the Court that workers have lost 88 construction days because of bad weather.
He said the building will now be completed around June 1. Judicial center staff may be able to begin using the building around July 4.
Construction of the judicial center began in August 2007. The three-story building will encompass 53,000 square feet.
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