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Courthouse gets permanent certificate of occupancy

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Updated: 5/03/2013 5:52 pm

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.-- Action News has learned the courthouse now has its permanent certificate of occupancy.

The certificate was issued today.

The new $350 million Duval County courthouse has been open nearly a year and only had a temporary certificate of occupancy.

It took Turner Construction nearly an extra year to fully get the job done. It's costing taxpayers more money. The new doors alone cost $300,000.

Last year, the city hired an outside firm to start looking at whether to pursue litigation against Turner for all the problems with this new courthouse.

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