In short term, he is seeking county funds, looking at possible cuts
By Stephen Lega
Wednesday, October 30, 2013 at 6:00 am (Updated: October 30, 6:01 am)
At the Marion County Fiscal Court’s Oct. 3 meeting, Marion County Jailer Barry Brady reported that the detention center’s revenues could be more than $400,000 behind budgeted projections by the end of December.
The magistrates asked Brady to look into what could be done, and he presented his report at Thursday’s fiscal court meeting.
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