Recent Upgrades to Two County Buildings

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Two Currituck buildings have recently been upgraded for the convenience of citizens. Some users of the Cooperative Extension Center in Barco and the County Health Department in Currituck voiced concerns over the weight and maneuverability of entrance doors. While this may seem insignificant, it can be a barrier to access for some that staff desired to address. In response, the county has upgraded the main entrances of the two buildings to include automatic door openers. During regular business hours, when the buttons on the outside of the building are pushed the doors open automatically and remain open for ample time to allow individuals’ entrance. This is just one of the many small ways Currituck Government works for you!