Municipalities feel locked out of inmate labor pool

By BY RECARDO THOMAS STAFF REPORTER,

Municipality leaders are feeling locked out when it comes to receiving inmate support from the county. Several department heads and city leaders from throughout Sunflower County assembled at Monday’s Board of Supervisors’ meeting to express their concern and hear what the county leaders had to say.

 
 
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