County cuts ribbon on new Crossett courthouse annex

The Crossett Area Chamber of Commerce joined Ashley County elected officials in cutting the ribbon on the new Ashley County — Crossett Annex building at 303 Main St. in Crossett on March 14.  (AMANDA ELLIS/News Observer)

Ashley County government and business leaders gathered March 14 to cut the ribbon on the new Crossett courthouse annex.

The county purchased and renovated the building at 303 Main St., in Crossett with the intent of providing dedicated office space in the city for the County Assessor, the Veteran Services Officer, and the Tax Collector. The annex also collects payments for the county solid waste department.

Ashley County Assessor Beth Rush and Veterans Service Officer Cheryl Bailey have been working to ensure the building and the offices inside were ready for business by the grand opening.

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