Coffee County maintenance director Robert Gilliam, foreground, says he believes he has enough funds remaining in his budget to do repairs for water damage from window air conditioners at the 1871-era Coffee County Courthouse. Maintenance workers Ben Mata and Rick Soucy, on steps from left, head out for materials and equipment.
Coffee County maintenance director Robert Gilliam, foreground, says he believes he has enough funds remaining in his budget to do repairs for water damage from window air conditioners at the 1871-era Coffee County Courthouse. Maintenance workers Ben Mata and Rick Soucy, on steps from left, head out for materials and equipment.
Photo by Ben Benton .
published Sunday, May 12th, 2013
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MANCHESTER, Tenn. — At just 141 years old, the Coffee County Courthouse is in pretty good shape for its age.

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