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County paid nearly $2 M in last decade to house inmates in other jails

Supervisors briefed on jail project

12:35 PM, Feb. 5, 2013
Oconto County Jail inmates in orange clothing can be seen inside a day room at the end of a row of cells inside the county jail. The toolbox was there because a lock on one of the cells was being repaired.
Oconto County Jail inmates in orange clothing can be seen inside a day room at the end of a row of cells inside the county jail. The toolbox was there because a lock on one of the cells was being repaired.
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Over the past decade, Oconto County has spent nearly $2 million to house jail inmates outside the county.

That cost - nearly 10 percent of the estimated $25 million cost of a new jail - was among a variety of jail statistics presented to Oconto County Supervisors at the Jan. 24 County Board meeting.

The presentation by Administrative Coordinator Kevin Hamann was the start of the effort by the Law Enforcement/Judiciary Committee to inform and educate supervisors on the reasons why the county needs a new jail. ...

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