Bid for Sheriff's Office, 911 center comes in at $8 million
Construction company bids unsealed Wednesday afternoon show Shenandoah County's future home for its Sheriff's Office and Emergency Communications Center would cost roughly $8 million to build. County officials and representatives of the architectural firm Grimm and Parker unsealed the bids submitted by companies interested in building the project.
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