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Orange County Courthouse and Sheriff's Office employees forced to relocate after flood

Orange County Courthouse and Sheriff's Office employees forced to relocated after flooding caused mold inside offices.

The Orange County Sheriff's Office has moved, and the Orange County Courthouse has closed for the near future.

They both have mold after floodwater came in during he hurricane.

While detectives, dispatchers and other officers work out of the Emergency Management Center off FM 1442, some court employees will work from there as well.

All dockets are canceled while repairs are made, but some attorneys will still be tending to their regular business while they wait for the court to reopen.

As of now, there is no set timeline.

Watch Kaily Cunningham's story above to see how offices are still carrying on with business.

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