State alters prison plan, residents still protest
State prison officials drastically reduced the number of female prisoners they plan to house at the Dayton Correctional Institute by the end of this year and will instead close the Montgomery County Pre-Release Center as part of Gov.
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#1 Apr 11, 2011
think they need to leave things alone the neiborhood does not want this ... then what happens to the large building that's or was the prerelease more money wasted... and there not happy with the homeless sheter enough is enough....
#2 Apr 11, 2011
Up until the mid 1960's the prisoners at the workhouse on Gettysburg (now shut down) supported themselves. It was a working farm and every prisoner had a job to do to raise food for themselves and the prisoners at the City Jail.
That's why there is so much land there....it was once farmland. The state and local government need to go back to this as the prisoners did not feel it was cruel and inhumane punishment to do farm labor. The only ones that opposed it were the civil right's activists and politicians during the 1960's. It was a self-supporting system and it worked.
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