Judge Wilson declines to use Archuleta County offices for court proceedings

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Judge Wilson declines to use Archuleta County offices for court proceedings

Commissioners offer building; judge says it’s not suitable to use
The 6th Judicial District court services and Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office vacated the courthouse in Pagosa Springs because of health fears. Voters this month rejected a sales tax increase that would have built a new jail and Sheriff’s Office, which also could have helped in building new court facilities.
Archuleta County commissioners offered to move into the courthouse and allow the 6th Judicial District court services to use its administration building, but Chief District Judge Jeffrey Wilson said the administration building is insufficient for court proceedings.
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Judge Wilson declines to use Archuleta County offices for court proceedings

The 6th Judicial District court services and Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office vacated the courthouse in Pagosa Springs because of health fears. Voters this month rejected a sales tax increase that would have built a new jail and Sheriff’s Office, which also could have helped in building new court facilities.
Archuleta County commissioners offered to move into the courthouse and allow the 6th Judicial District court services to use its administration building, but Chief District Judge Jeffrey Wilson said the administration building is insufficient for court proceedings.
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