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19 - Livingston County taxpayers are reminded of changes in security at the courthouse. Livingston County
Treasurer-Collector Paula McCoy reminds residents of changes at the courthouse before they head in to pay their
tax bills. With a full-time security officer, those entering the courthouse will be asked to take any purses or backpacks,
along with any weapons, back to their vehicle. Only bring in car keys, tax bill,
and method of payment. Also, only the doors on the north side of the
building, facing Webster street, can be used for entry into the building. There is also a drop-box for tax payments on the north side of the
courthouse which is checked multiple times a day.
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- Crews have been busy at the Livingston County Courthouse
tuck pointing and power washing the outside of the building as part of the $1 million renovation and
repair. Additional work on the outside of the 105-year-old building has included replacing the roof,
while keeping the same roof tiles, and all new windows and doors.
New LED lighting is also a part of the renovation project and will
help address electrical issues and will conserve energy. See