Although planning began back in 2008 for the renovation of the Marble Palace, as Augusta, Georgia’s, municipal building is known, the current execution of the design has left storage in a serious muddle. In a recent meeting with the project architects, Commission Clerk Lena Bonner asked, “Why is it that my storage space, my access to my records, has to be at four and five different places?” Commissioners voiced concerns about the security of records as well as the scattered placement of records storage, and pointed fingers at the local architect whose space plans seem to be creating more problems than solutions: http://bit.ly/1hIYlLr
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