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Semi-annual jail inspection report: No deficiencies

The state conducted its required semi-annual inspection of the Beaufort County Jail on February 24, 2021.  You can review the transmittal letter and the inspection report at the links below.

No deficiencies were reported.



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( March 11th, 2021 @ 1:39 pm )
The state is telling us that there is nothing wrong with our jail. Why is it that the tax-and-spend coalition of Jerry Langley, Ed Booth, Frankie Waters, and John Rebholz want to spend our tax money out the wazoo to build a new one and greatly raise our taxes?

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