A demolition crew from Walberg Demolition, of Corning, Calif. demolishes the old jail located on the corner of Court and South Roop streets.
Lassen County Public Works Director Larry Millar said the space will be used for parking at this time.
However, one idea is to create a courthouse square as the historic courthouse, jail and annex facilities are also in the vicinity.
However, Millar said the Lassen County Board of Supervisors has not given any direction.
He said two to three studies have been done over the years to see what can be done with the space.Photo by Ruth Ellis
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