The Veterans Services Office in Grand Island is one step closer to moving, and the extra space will be fulfilling a big need especially when it comes to privacy.
At the veterans services office employees and veterans are short on space.
"There is no privacy for the families when it comes to finances, and health information," said VSO Director Don Shuda.
All of that is expected change this spring.
Recently the Hall County Board of Supervisors approved a floor plan to move the office to the courthouse annex, otherwise known as the old police and sheriff offices.
"We are pleased to have someone in that building. When we approved that bond issue for the corrections facility the infrastructure of that building was upgraded," said Hall County Board of Supervisor Pam Lancaster.
Officials say the new location will also be more user friendly for veterans.
"It's great for veterans because it's much more accessible the parking will be better for them, it won't be so difficult. Around here we are short of parking spaces," said Lancaster.
Instead of cubicles like employees have now, new offices for each employee will give veterans that privacy.
"So it'll be more private and user friendly for the veterans and the families we work with," said Shuda.
Officials say to veterans a visit to the office is an important one.
"So it's a great step forward, I'm very excited about it and we'll just be moving as quickly as possible," said Lancaster.
"We are just looking forward to moving, it'll just be good for everybody," said Shuda.
In addition to Hall County the office serves Howard, Nance, and Sherman counties too.
The move could take place this fiscal year, which means at the end of May or sometime in June.