SMITHFIELD, Utah (AP) – Officials say an $1.8 million project to build a new municipal building in Smithfield is three months behind schedule and the former project supervisor has been fired. The new supervisor says workers are fixing mistakes made on the 15,000-square-foot building since work started in July. The job was supposed to be finished last month. City Manager Jim Gass says the city wants work done by April 1.
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