The Potter County Commissioners Court approved certificates of obligation to fund the new district courts building Monday.

The lowest finance rate came from Frost Bank out of San Antonio and will save a lot of money.

Potter County Judge Nancy Tanner said that the Commissioners Court Originally thought the total cost would be 63 million dollars, but the final number is 54 million, a savings of 9 million dollars.

The county will build the facility on the site of the former Potter County Sheriff’s office, with plans on turning the current courts building into surface parking for the public.

The new building is scheduled to be complete in August on 2021.