Johnson County is looking to replace a flood damaged National Guard building in Iowa City with funds from Gov. Culvers I-JOBS program. Facilities Manager David Kempf says since the floods of last June, the building has become unusable and dilapidated due to flood damage. He says its location near a main thoroughfare calls for a more appealing facility. Kempf says they want to replace the building with a parking lot and green area for public use. He says the total cost would be around $1.3 million, but the new space would be more welcoming and useable to residents.