County breaks ground for new shop
By Betsy Ryan
Farmer Staff Writer
Construction for a new county shop is now underway just northeast of the county’s law enforcement building. County commissioners and other representatives held a groundbreaking ceremony on June 5.
The new shop, which will cost $20 million, will house the Weed Control, Water and Road departments upon its completion. The main shop garages and administration building will be 67,000 square feet with a 23,000 square foot cold storage building and a 6,000 square foot salt storage building. The campus will eventually house the entire McKenzie County Public Works Department as well.
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