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Suspicious Multi-Million Dollar Pricetag for Possibility Government Controlled Education Will Work

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One doesn't have to ponder too much whether the educational services to be offered for inmates to be housed and educated at the new multi-million dollar Hall of Justice and Rehabilitation Center will come with a high price-tag.  They will.

How much is too much?

When the government is in control, no cost is too high.

It will be interesting to track just how much of the public's money will be used to attempt to reduce recidivism among inmates to be placed in the spanking new 98,000 square-foot facility with 480 beds, according to the Tribune-Review. 

Watch carefully.  Proponents of an elaborate and brand new facility will now have motivation keep the jail full as full can be, all the while, professing their goal is to educate the lawbreakers away from a life of crime to better habits than illegal drug use and illegal abuse of prescription drugs and drug-dealing which are the most predominant crimes around the Fayette County area.

Don't believe the plan to keep a new jail/prison full to capacity is already on the minds of the government's round-em-all-up agents?

Look closely.  Just in today.

Herald-Standard Posted: Friday, March 21, 2014 2:00 am                

The Connellsville Police Department will be joining state police and more than 300 municipal police agencies by participating in aggressive driving enforcement activities from Monday through May 4...

Space in proposed Fayette County prison could reduce recidivism, panel says by Bob Stiles Published: Friday, March 21, 2014, 12:01 a.m.
Updated 7 hours ago 

A new Fayette County prison will give the space needed to educate inmates and possibly stop them from returning to its cells in the future, members of a committee said on Thursday.

The prison working group committee, led by County Commissioner Al Ambrosini, discussed opening the facility to various county agencies to treat and educate inmates in hopes of ending recidivism.

On Tuesday, Ambrosini and Commissioner Vincent Zapotosky approved purchasing 58 acres in North Union and Dunbar townships to build the jail, with construction estimated to cost $31 million.

The 98,000-square-foot facility with about 480 beds would replace the 1889 jail in Uniontown. Groundbreaking is scheduled for June.

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