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CLEAR VIEW OF FUTURE

The last of more than 400 panels of glass for the new government building in Thomson is lifted into place. McDuffie County and the city of Thomson will share the government and judicial center. Michael Williams (left), of Dublin, Ga., and Michael Roberson, of Wrightsville, Ga., placed the top-floor panel Monday. They are employed by Dublin Glass Co. Program manager Judson Bryant, of Bryant Associates, said the project is about 90 percent complete and employees might begin moving into the new building in May.   GARTH SNOW/Morris News Service
GARTH SNOW/Morris News Service
The last of more than 400 panels of glass for the new government building in Thomson is lifted into place. McDuffie County and the city of Thomson will share the government and judicial center. Michael Williams (left), of Dublin, Ga., and Michael Roberson, of Wrightsville, Ga., placed the top-floor panel Monday. They are employed by Dublin Glass Co. Program manager Judson Bryant, of Bryant Associates, said the project is about 90 percent complete and employees might begin moving into the new building in May.

The last of more than 400 panels of glass for the new government building in Thomson is lifted into place. McDuffie County and the city of Thomson will share the government and judicial center. Michael Williams (left), of Dublin, Ga., and Michael Roberson, of Wrightsville, Ga., placed the top-floor panel Monday. They are employed by Dublin Glass Co. Program manager Judson Bryant, of Bryant Associates, said the project is about 90 percent complete and employees might begin moving into the new building in May.


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