Goodbye, Old Courthouse 

Prep for move to new facility met with nostalgia from court, county staff

While many employees set to move into a new facility early next year seek to benefit from the approved amenities, security and functionality that come with a more modern facility, Pima County Consolidated Justice Court Administrator Doug Kooi has more low-maintenance requirements:…

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