Brookhaven Municipal Court will be up and running soon, said Interim Deputy City Manager J.D.  Clockadale.

Construction is complete on the city’s municipal court facilities, located in Suite 125 of Building Two in Corporate Square, near the intersection of North Druid Hills and Buford Highway.

Clockadale said all that’s left to do is install some of the final touches, like a camera system and bullet proof glass.

“We’re getting the final pieces. Furniture is coming in this week. We are moving fast,” Clockadale said.

Once Brookhaven gets approval from the state, DeKalb County officers may begin writing traffic citations that will be heard in Brookhaven Municipal Court.

“Hopefully we’ll be open for business in March,” said Brookhaven’s Chief Municipal Court Judge Laura Stevenson.

 

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