ANDERSON, Ind. —
“Should there be further consideration of this problem? It’s something we can look into, but honestly, I haven’t seen a concerted effort for a change,” Lanane said. “You’ve got to handle it on a county-by-county basis.”
While Lanane agreed Madison County residents would feel a brunt of those court costs, he also said the county benefits from employment opportunities and property taxes by having those DOC facilities in the county.
So now, Carroll waits for a response to his order. The decision hanging in the balance could be an expensive one for county residents.
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