County building expansion opens


Local officials cut the ribbon on a 5,400-square-foot expansion to Greene County’s animal control and services complex Friday. The $707,000 expansion was paid for through $544,000 of dog tag funds for the Greene County Animal Control side and about $163,000 from the county’s general fund for the Greene County Services portion. The project added an enclosed garage, a front reception area, an office area and a multi-purpose room to the Greene County Animal Control side, which allow for some of the agency’s old offices to be turned into a three-room surgery suite. The Greene County Services side of the project added a front reception area, administrative offices and a break area for that agency.

Greene County Services Director Carl Geisler speaks at the ceremony.

Greene County Animal Control Director Harold Brown, DVM, speaks at the ceremony.

Local officials cut the ribbon on a 5,400-square-foot expansion to Greene County’s animal control and services complex Friday. The $707,000 expansion was paid for through $544,000 of dog tag funds for the Greene County Animal Control side and about $163,000 from the county’s general fund for the Greene County Services portion. The project added an enclosed garage, a front reception area, an office area and a multi-purpose room to the Greene County Animal Control side, which allow for some of the agency’s old offices to be turned into a three-room surgery suite. The Greene County Services side of the project added a front reception area, administrative offices and a break area for that agency.

Local officials cut the ribbon on a 5,400-square-foot expansion to Greene County’s animal control and services complex Friday. The $707,000 expansion was paid for through $544,000 of dog tag funds for the Greene County Animal Control side and about $163,000 from the county’s general fund for the Greene County Services portion.

The project added an enclosed garage, a front reception area, an office area and a multi-purpose room to the Greene County Animal Control side, which allow for some of the agency’s old offices to be turned into a three-room surgery suite. The Greene County Services side of the project added a front reception area, administrative offices and a break area for that agency.

Greene County Services Director Carl Geisler speaks at the ceremony.

Greene County Animal Control Director Harold Brown, DVM, speaks at the ceremony.

Local officials cut the ribbon on a 5,400-square-foot expansion to Greene County’s animal control and services complex Friday. The $707,000 expansion was paid for through $544,000 of dog tag funds for the Greene County Animal Control side and about $163,000 from the county’s general fund for the Greene County Services portion.

The project added an enclosed garage, a front reception area, an office area and a multi-purpose room to the Greene County Animal Control side, which allow for some of the agency’s old offices to be turned into a three-room surgery suite. The Greene County Services side of the project added a front reception area, administrative offices and a break area for that agency.