Commissioners begin plan to replace historic court windows on Local News

The Hunt County Commissioners Court plans to begin replacing and repairing the windows in the historic Hunt County Courthouse this week.

The regular session begins at 10 a.m. in the Auxiliary Courtroom, 2700 Johnson Street, Greenville. The meeting is public and will also be conducted via telephone and / or video conference and streamed at

Commissioners are due to receive a proposal from TWR Construction Services to create a model of what will be required for the Hunt County Courthouse’s window replacement project. The commissioners have discussed replacing the windows in the courthouse due to issues with the age of the 92 year old building.

However, during the State of the County address at the Greenville Chamber of Commerce’s Quarterly Luncheon in March, District Judge Bobby Stovall stated that because the courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the windows cannot be easily replaced. refurbished and put back into position.

It is estimated at $ 8,475 to build the model, with funds in the budget available for court improvements.

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