CINCINNATI – Hamilton County Juvenile Court will resume normal business functions Monday after being closed for nearly a week due to water damage.
Hamilton County Juvenile Court Administrator Curtis E. Kissinger announced operations would resume at 800 Broadway Sunday morning. The county's Court of Domestic Relations is also inside the closed building.
The courts were closed Tuesday after a water pipe burst in the building.
Some temporary space will be utilized in the court clerk's office and juvenile courtrooms may be relocated as repairs continue.
Kissinger referred people to www.hamilton-co.org/juvenilecourt for detailed information concerning court hearings disrupted by last week's closures. Those with questions can also call 513-946-9400.
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