Politics & Government

December 4, 2014 5:59 AM

Sedgwick County trying to renegotiate IRS building deal

Sedgwick County is asking to reduce the proposed $5 million purchase price by the cost of repairs due to mold and ADA compliance issues. Commissioners voted in August to buy the downtown building to house the main tag office, the Metropolitan Area Building and Construction Department, Metropolitan Area Planning Department, the appraiser’s office, environmental resources and the Sheriff’s Office’s professional standards unit.

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