Shelby County Fiscal Court: Boiler at jail fails

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County will face unexpected costs to find solution

By Glen Jennings

 Shelby County Fiscal Court will need to figure out how to contend with unexpected costs from a problem at the jail.

According to jailer Darrell Cox, the jail’s boiler has been damaged, necessitating a quick patch while he works to get find a new one.

“The jailer has informed me that the boiler has gone out at the jail,” Shelby County Judge-Executive Dan Ison said.

Cox said the patch would hopefully hold while he lined up a replacement.

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