Barry Shioshita, Alamosa County administrator, with the help of other administrative staff at Alamosa County headquarters have worked long hours to complete a 3-phased plan to fix the problem.
The first phase will begin in 2009.
In a statement from Shioshita
placed at the beginning of the 2009 fiscal year budget for Alamosa County as presented to Alamosa County Commissioners on Monday, he
also mentioned that other areas of the county would need more space before too long.
"The Courthouse Annex is small, and the functionality of the departments housed in that space is negatively impacted.
The Judicial System is clamoring for additional space, so the list continues to grow," he
"We have a lot of potential for growth and development.
It is up to us to facilitate that process.
Alamosa County must continue to take a leadership role in investing in its future."
said the county wouldn't see much forward movement until the third quarter of 2009.
The county will then "see an upturn," Shioshita
administrator's report, Melanie Woodward was appointed to the GIS/GPS (Geographical information systems/Global positioning systems) Board of Directors.