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Commission may lower UCHRA rent
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The Upper Cumberland Human Resource Agency (UCHRA) will soon see a slight reduction in its monthly rent if the change is approved during the Aug. 19 Warren County Commission meeting scheduled to be held in the courtroom at the Administrative Building located at 201 Locust Street.UCHRA rents a suite of offices that are a little over 6,000 square feet, according to County Executive John Pelham. The county collects $6 per square foot from renters at the administrative building. In addition to UCHRA, the county leases space to Middle Tennessee Nursery Association and the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation.Currently, UCHRA pays the county $24,690 annually in rent, or $2,057.50 per month.