Harrison County Dealing With Bustling Shale Activity

From the Times Leader:
Courthouse space was a topic of discussion at Wednesday's Harrison County commissioners' meeting.
County Recorder Tracy Boyer brought up the issue, stating that employees from outside companies (namely oil and gas) use the courthouse as a workspace, with tables and chairs set up in the hallways.
The commissioners' office had asked one such table of workers to move elsewhere, because they were blocking access to the handicapped elevator. Boyer stated it is one of few courthouses left that even allow outside workers to conduct business in their building, and Commissioner Don Bethel said that it is not the courthouse's responsibility to give outside workers a desk to use.
Bethel and Boyer agreed a letter should be written to present to the judge about the issue.
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