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County Officials Will Use Bond To Pay For HVAC At Jackson Co. Jail
Updated January 28, 2016 2:58 AM
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(BROWNSTOWN) - County officials believe they have come up with a plan to fund an $800,000 project to replace the heating, air conditioning and ventilation system at the 16-year-old jail without any increase in property taxes.

Through the past decade, the Jackson County Council has funded capital project needs, through three-year general obligation bond issues.

As they began preparing to issue bonds for a fourth time late this past year, Sheriff Michael Carothers brought up the need to replace the HVAC system at the sheriff's department building in Brownstown.

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