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Courthouse Restoration Plan Approved


Keeping an eye on one of the most recognized and visited structures in Southern California, the Board of Supervisors received and filed a five-year plan to maintain and spruce up the historic County Courthouse. Submitted by the Courthouse Legacy Foundation (CLF) the plan includes the restoration of the iconic Mural Room and Great Arch. The Mural Room work is expected to cost around $800,000, $342,000 of which has been raised. Since its inception in 2004, the CLF has raised and spent over $1 million, most notably on the effort to replace the courthouse’s Spirit of the Ocean fountain.

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