Amid rains, workers tear apart the old buildings.
Work continued Thursday on the demolition of the former Duval County Courthouse and City Hall Annex along East Bay Street.
The annex is scheduled for implosion Jan. 20, although that date could change.
The annex structure, built in 1960 as Jacksonville City Hall, sits on 2.39 acres. The city moved most departments in 1997 to the St. James Building at 117 W. Duval St. Some departments remained for several more years.
The courthouse structure, built in 1956, sits on 5.98 acres. Courthouse operations moved in 2012 to the Duval County Courthouse at 501 W. Adams St.
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