Madison County’s Fine Finish program for mentally and physically challenged adults will soon have a new home.
Fine Finish will move from its current locale in a structurally flawed building off Hwy. 98, to a vacant commercial structure in Lakeview Business Park off Rock Quarry Road, not far from the red light in Danielsville.
The current Fine Finish building sits atop an old landfill and has had numerous structural problems over the years. And corrective efforts have failed.
“To spend more money on this (the Fine Finish building), you’re just spinning your wheels in mud,” said commissioner Stanley Thomas.
After months of negotiations, county commissioners voted 4-1 Aug. 25 to purchase three buildings at the business park for $550,000 from John Purcell. The structures will be purchased with cash from the county reserves. No financing is necessary.
Fine Finish, which serves Madison County’s mentally and physically disabled adults, will soon move from a structurally flawed building that sits atop an old landfill to a new building in the Lakeview Business Park off Rock Quarry Road.
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