Every government office, regardless of size, is always concerned about security. A number of valuable and confidential documents are housed in these buildings. In Wright County, officials are learning of security issues that need to be addressed. Wright County Engineer Adam Clemons addressed the Board of Supervisors on some of the recent security gaffes.
Clemons and his team are going through a courthouse assessment which addresses these problems. Because the problems persist, Clemons went to the board for help.
The board agreed to send out a memo reminding all courthouse and county employees that specific doors must remain locked for security purposes.