When Twin Falls County takes possession of the former hospital facility on July first, it will also inherit the maintenance requirements to keep it in a marketable condition.  The county is looking for tenants for the 17 acre facility and the only way to keep it marketable is to keep it looking nice.  That’s a responsibility falling on Rick Novacek, the Twin Falls County parks and Waterways director.  Novacek has already budgeted up to $15,000 for needed equipment but just exactly how much is needed won’t be known until the county actually takes over the facility and how long until a permanent solution is found.  Officials say they are taking it one day at a time until they can get some tenants for the facility.  Officials say the last thing they want is for the facility to become an eyesore.