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Alachua County Commission approves study of Alachua County jail

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In a narrow 3-2 vote, the Alachua County Commission will hire an outside company to analyze whether or not the Alachua County Jail needs more staff, much to the dismay of the Sheriff’s Office. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM spoke with Alachua County Commissioner Mike Byerly and Sheriff Sadie Darnell to get both sides of this hot debate.

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