Effingham County commissioners will move forward with plans to build an environmental education center after approving a design proposal Tuesday evening.
Commissioners voted 5-1 to have Savannah firm Kern-Coleman begin developing plans for the recycling and environmental education center, which will be built at the county’s solid waste disposal site off Courthouse Road. Kern-Coleman was one of three companies, along with Hussey, Gay, Bell and DeYoung and Lott and Barber, to submit concepts to the commissioners.
The plans, county project manager Adam Kobek pointed out, are not final plans.
“We didn’t ask for a final set of drawings and plans,” he said. “All these plans can be manipulated up or down.”
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