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Panel: Board should decide on jail

Vote on issuing bonds should taken by supervisors, not public, committee recommends

2:18 PM, May 13, 2013
Oconto County Board supervisor Paul Bednarik discusses the proposed law enforcement project at a meeting last week. Listenign at right is supervisor Buzz Kamke. Both men are members of the county's Law Enforcement/Judiciary Committee.
Oconto County Board supervisor Paul Bednarik discusses the proposed law enforcement project at a meeting last week. Listenign at right is supervisor Buzz Kamke. Both men are members of the county's Law Enforcement/Judiciary Committee.
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The Oconto County Board should decide on its own to issue bonds for a new jail and sheriff's department offices, rather than seek approval from residents, a county panel has recommended to the full board.

The Law Enforcement/Judiciary Committee also reconfirmed its belief the proposed Law Enforcement Center should be located just north of the city of Oconto, though it was recently learned using that site will add about 1 percent to construction costs.

Both issues will likely come to a head at the board's June meeting, where members will grapple with taking the first steps to spend at least $30 ...

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