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Alternatives for Jail Expansion

June 14, 1987

Well, they're at it again. The Orange County Board of Supervisors is going into a huddle to consider the building of a prison in this beautiful, historic, rural area with elegant, costly homes sprinkled throughout the valley. The idea is out of the question.

The board must consider other suggested alternatives, such as expanding the existing James A. Musick Facility, which the county Planning Commission approved, or the proposed site near the stadium in Anaheim.

These two previously proposed areas are close to needed medical services in Orange as well as courtrooms in Santa Ana.

JOANNE V. GLEASON

San Juan Capistrano

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