Controversy is intensifying over a Jackson County plan to seek voter approval on Nov. 4 to issue $22 million of general obligation bonds for a new jail. In order to pass, the referendum requires 60% voter approval.

The Board of Supervisors want the GOs to fund a 540-bed adult detention center that would replace a smaller facility built in 1979.

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