Madison County Hall of Justice Closed Due To Carbon Monoxide Levels

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 1/09/2013 7:40 pm

The Madison County Hall of Justice Building will be closed until Monday morning January 14, 2013 at request of the Administrative Office of the Courts due to safety concerns.  There was a high level of carbon monoxide detected in the building this morning.

All court matters for District Court will be continued until a later date and notices of those dates will be mailed to all parties.  The exception to this is the district court docket scheduled for Berea on Friday, January 11, 2013 will be heard as scheduled.

In addition, the Berea Circuit Clerk’s office will be open the remainder of this week to assist the public in any district court concerns, questions, payments or other needs, as well as issuance of driver’s license.  The clerk’s office will be open from 8am to 4pm and is located in the Berea Municipal Building at 304 Chestnut Street in Berea.

All other Circuit Court offices in Richmond will be open normal office hours. All Circuit Court dockets will continue as scheduled.

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