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GOSHEN, N.Y. -- Another public forum will be held Sunday to discuss the benefits of renovating the Orange County Government Center.
County officials, budget analysts and architects are among those expected to be in attendance. The forum will be held at the recreation center on Pike Street in Port Jervis.
It begins at 2 p.m. It's free and open to the public.
County Executive Ed Diana recently unveiled a plan for building a new Government Center. The blueprints call for building a three-story, $75 million complex that would house 600 employees within 175,000 square feet.
The current Government Center was abandoned after being badly damaged by Tropical Storm Irene. The legislature is expected to vote on whether to build new or renovate by May 5th.