Courthouse fire inspection yields mixed results

Dorothy Kegley

Mark Reinhardt, head of the Forest County Maintenance Department, gave a dreary outlook on the recent courthouse inspection by the Crandon Fire Department, during the risk management committee meeting, held on June 25.  Reinhardt told the committee that the inspectors found three pages of violations and if not corrected in thirty days the courthouse could be shut down. Reinhardt did not bring any copies of the report to the meeting, however several people asked for the report including Chairman of the Building and Property Committee Steve Bunda.

The Forest Republican received a copy of the report from the Crandon Fire Department and later from the Forest County Clerk Nora Matuszewski. Fire Chief Darrell Wilson said that the report was “not that bad” and that the courthouse is in no danger of being shut down.
For the full story, see this week’s issue of The Forest Republican.