Space needs within the Riley County Courthouse remain a top concern for local court officials.
21st Judicial District Chief Judge Grant Bannister spoke Thursday to the commission, encouraging they consider facility upgrades to the courthouse.
He continued on saying the courthouse, which was built in 1906, has serious space limitations, which sometimes causes issues with security and trial proceedings…
The commission took no action Thursday.
On a related note, commissioners unanimously moved to sign a letter requesting the City of Manhattan waive a building permit fee for its Courthouse Plaza East building renovation project.