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New armory approved
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Major Gen. Max Haston, center, chats with former state Rep. Kevin Dunlap, left, and County Executive Herschel Wells about a new armory for Warren County in this August, 2015 file photo.
The National Guard has issued marching orders. A new $10.5 million armory will be constructed in Warren County.An armory has been second on the list of federal projects in Tennessee since 2012, according to Major Gen. Max Haston, the top official in the Tennessee National Guard.Warren County Executive Herschel Wells announced Thursday during a county Financial Management Committee meeting the wait is over. “Gen. Haston called today and said the building commission approved $10.5 million today for our armory and the architectural fees and they’d be getting started on it ASAP,” said Wells.