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Liakakis Government Building to be dedicated

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CHATHAM CO., GA (WTOC) -

A ceremony will be held Friday to dedicate the new Pete Liakakis Government Building.

The dedication takes place at 3 p.m. and the building is located at 222 West Oglethorpe Ave.

The building will be occupied by more than 200 staff members in five different departments, which include the Tax Commissioner's Office, Assessor's Office, Public Defender's Office, Child Support Recovery and the Data Center.

The ceremony also marks the completion of construction of the renovation of 222 West Oglethorpe Ave. The $6.8 million in construction provides Chatham County's second largest office building, according to the county. 

The building features solar hot water heating, split mechanical systems for efficiency, Energy-Star rated appliances and natural lighting.

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