Williams County Commissioners reviewed plans at their meeting yesterday, for a proposed $171,000 upgrade to the county’s Emergency Medical Services building on Ohio 15.
The Bryan Times reports that the project as planned, will upgrade the foyer, close off the open garage on the west end of the building, and relocate the garage to the east side of the building. Two more restrooms that are ADA approved will also be added.
The revisions could boost the cost of the project to somewhere around a quarter of a million dollars.
The entire amount of the project will be funded from its budget. No county general funds are involved according to commissioners.