The doors will roll up for the first time today on the new public windows at the Benton County Clerk's Office.
The remodel forced the clerks to set up a makeshift office in nearby Courtroom D. Construction started Jan. 1 and wrapped up at the start of this week.
The $86,500 project replaced the clerk's office lobby with five separate, inset windows, each with its own roll-up door, so citizens will have some privacy.
Two windows face directly into the hallway for criminal collections. Three windows are around the corner nearly Courtroom D and a secured entrance to the clerk's office.
Clerk Josie Delvin held an impromptu ribbon-cutting late Tuesday afternoon with several staff members.