New office locations for Treasurer, Equalization and Veterans Affairs in the Bay County Building are planned after County Commissioners approved moves over the next four months Tuesday, May 7.
County Executive Jim Barcia says Treasurer is going from the first floor up to the sixth where Equalization is now. Barcia added upgrades, including a security door and a counter with secure glass, will cost the county more than $18,000. He says Equalization is getting the current Veterans space on the second floor with the Veterans moving down to the Treasurer’s Office.
A state grant of more than $76,000 will refurbish the new Veterans office to improve meeting space and access for the disabled.