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Watery soil drives up cost of Riverton justice center project

Sep 4, 2014 By Eric Blom Staff Writer

Unforeseen costs of $25,000 have arisen in the Riverton justice center project, and Fremont County commissioners agreed to pay the bill at a meeting ...


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The contractor at the Riverton justice center site, left, has found more water in the soil than anticipated, pushing the price of the </p><p>
project up $25,000. However, the total is only 10 percent of the $250,000 the county board set aside to cover unanticipated expenses. Photo by Tibby McDowell

The contractor at the Riverton justice center site, left, has found more water in the soil than anticipated, pushing the price of the

project up $25,000. However, the total is only 10 percent of the $250,000 the county board set aside to cover unanticipated expenses. Photo by Tibby McDowell


The contractor at the Riverton justice center site, left, has found more water in the soil than anticipated, pushing the price of the </p><p>
project up $25,000. However, the total is only 10 percent of the $250,000 the county board set aside to cover unanticipated expenses. Photo by Tibby McDowell

The contractor at the Riverton justice center site, left, has found more water in the soil than anticipated, pushing the price of the

project up $25,000. However, the total is only 10 percent of the $250,000 the county board set aside to cover unanticipated expenses. Photo by Tibby McDowell

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