OMC offers to provide land for county building

March 4, 2014

The Oconee County coroner and the Seneca substation of the Sheriff’s Office may find themselves in a new county building on the grounds of Oconee Medical Center. Hunter Kome, OMC chief operating officer, says the hospital has offered to provide land for the building–at the rear of the EMS headquarters. The substation now occupies a trailer near Lila Doyle, while the coroner maintains an office on Short Street in Walhalla. Sheriff Mike Crenshaw says, “Our current substation is needing some repairs and Mr. Moulder (County Administrator) and Karl (Coroner Karl Addis) offered us a couple of offices. We will move our current building and we will only have access to one entrance that will be separate from the rest of the building.”

 

 

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