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March 4, 2014

Probate Court getting ready to move

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The Salem News was not able to reach Galvin yesterday.

Keenan said he is trying to schedule a meeting of the parties involved, but no date has been set. Until that issue is resolved, it appears the bill cannot move forward.

Meanwhile renovations are underway at Shetland Park, which is converting and expanding the space once used by the juvenile court.

Renovations at Probate Court are expected to begin in late spring or early summer. The state hired a construction manager last week. Under current plans, a 1979 rear addition will be demolished, and four courtrooms will be renovated.

The Historical Commission is scheduled to discuss the court project tomorrow night.

Tom Dalton can be reached at tdalton@salemnews.com.

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