By Rich Wicks | Times Vedette

The Jan. 23 meeting of the Guthrie County Board of Supervisors included discussion of unexpected repair costs to two areas in the new Law Enforcement Center (LEC). Facilities Director Brandon Thompson explained the situations and said it appears that the elevator repair is not covered under warranty.

“I guess I would like to get clarification on the service agreement and why this doesn’t qualify under the warranty that we have,” Supervisor Mike Dickson said.

Dickson suggested having the county attorney draft a letter to send to Schindler Elevator. Supervisor Maggie Armstrong agreed that there needs to be an explanation of what happened to create a the situation in which repairs are needed and why the cost wouldn’t be covered by Schindler.

Thompson explained that the showers in the LEC are allowing water to leak out due to the design of the shower stalls. He said he would check to see if a repair can be made.

The next meetings of the supervisors will be a budgetary review on Thursday, Jan. 25 and a regular meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 30. The public is welcome. Attendees may participate in person or by calling 323-792-6123 and inputting conference ID 547029216#.