No Room at the Jail

Albanese, Elizabeth
April 2004
Bond Buyer;4/13/2004, Vol. 348 Issue 31861, p31
Trade Publication
Reports on the overcrowding problem in the prison facilities at Saline County, Arkansas as of April 2004. Non-compliance of the jail with state standards since 2001; Possible lawsuit aimed at closing down the facility; Plans of county officials to issue a sales tax to back bonds for a new jail with space for up to 180 inmates.


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