Monroe County Gets Warning Letter

Members of the Monroe County Board of Supervisors have received a letter from 7th Judicial District Chief Judge William Dyke, reminding them to keep progress moving on fixing faults in the third courtroom of the county courthouse. According to Board Chair Rick's more then a reminder letter.

Dyke means business.


Dyke approved a temporary third courtroom in the basement of the courthouse after the board approved a resolution in 2007, saying it is committed to providing the necessary court facilities. The third courtroom opened more than six months ago. Monroe County has three circuit court judge ships.


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