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GOSHEN, N.Y. -- A consulting firm presented new options about what do with the Orange County Government Center.
The building in Goshen has been closed since 2011 after it was damaged during Tropical Storm Irene. The firm presented two new options to the legislative committee on Wednesday. Both options presented include demolishing part of the building, and restoring the rest of it.
According to county leaders, both options would cost about $60 million. Steve Neuhaus, the county executive-elect, said he is ready to start work on the government center in the new year.
"Once they pick one of those plans, the legislature, we will be ready to move forward, so I'm anxious to do that," said Neuhaus.
The two options will be presented in another committee meeting on Monday. Leaders say they hope to vote on the final design within the next week.