Harrison County Recorder Ready to Go to Court For More Space to Work

From WTOV News:
A dispute over space at the Harrison County Recorder's Office has grown to the point where lawyers are getting involved. 
Tracy Boyer, right
The problem is costing residents time and the county additional money it could be bringing in. 
County Recorder Tracy Boyer said she's been asking commissioners for upwards of 2 years for more room for the Recorder's Office, but her request has fallen on deaf ears, and now she's taking legal action against the commissioners. 
Boyer is looking for ways to increase the Recorder Office's productivity because of the influx is the oil and gas companies. 
"In 2009, the first gentleman came and we couldn't figure out what he was doing," Boyer said. "Since then, it hasn't stopped."
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