Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Good bye 2008!


I am not sure how much longer the Lassen County Courthouse will be in use. I believe construction for the new, updated courthouse starts in 2009. Too bad this building is too small for our growing county. It really is beautiful.

8 comments:

Abraham Lincoln said...

It is often not so much the buildings wear out or get old but it is the politicians in them who begin to growl about their shabby office spaces. I agree with you. I would hate to see our Greenville courthouse town down.

I don't have a lot to say about last year or this new year but here are some thoughts...

I hope 2009 will be better than 2008, 2007, and 2006. I do think our
government will be inspired by our new President Obama -- at least I
hope so.

I would like to see the War in Irag end and I would like to see the
killing stop everywhere.

It is my hope that Japan will stop slaughtering whales and raping
virgin forests.

And I hope the people will lose their clubs and no longer club baby
seals to death.

What a world we have and live in. 2009 could be so much better than it will be.

Tanya said...

It is a beautiful building. What will they use it for when they no longer need it as the courthouse?

Happy New Year!

Boise Diva said...

It looks like a solid structure, I hope it can be "repurposed." Happy New Year!

gogouci said...

I hope they find another use for such a beautiful building. Happy New Year.

babooshka said...

I hate to see wonderful being negelected. Lets' hope a use is found. Happy New Year

bitingmidge said...

I hope you have a fantastic 2009 and no need to visit the courthouse!

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Chuck Pefley said...

Jana, what a great collage you've created for your header! Snow is lovely, for a while, and I hope you don't grow tired of it too soon.

Happy New Year!

Allison said...

Yup just about the nicest building in Susanville in my opinion. Hell I was not aware they were building a new one. Where are they going to put it? Do you know. I can't believe what a difference 21 miles and a mountain makes. You'd think I would have heard about this! LOL!!!
Great Picture