HCN Story concerning the proposed sale of the Liberty Old Walmart building:
"The county had grand ambitions of transforming the empty building in Liberty to a central location to house several county offices. The facility was also supposed to be the site of an emergency shelter within the old structure, but when the county could not get approval from the federal government or insurance companies for the design, the project was cancelled. It simply remained a vacant building for years."
This property purchase was a boondoggle and waste of money by prior Liberty County Judge Phil Fitzgerald(D).
"The county spent more than $300,000 in architectural and design costs for the project and paid $1.8 million to acquire the facility."
A crazy waste of money by wasteful Democrat spendthrifts.
"The building and land is currently valued at $1,552,370, according to the Liberty County Appraisal District.
The previous real estate broker was Jeff Pittman. County Judge Craig McNair said that the new broker will help move the process forward to fulfill the goal of selling the property. A new broker has not yet been named, but will need approval by the commissioners court."
Our Liberty County Judge Craig McNair(R) has taken the bull by the horns to help Liberty County turn a bad situation into a good one- effectively cutting Liberty County loses.
Courtesy HCN Cleveland News