Officials break ground for new jail

October 15, 2013

Photo by Tatiana Rodriguez

City and county officials, along with many in the community were on hand on Monday afternoon to break ground on the new jail and Sheriff's Office at 211 Avenger Field Road.
The facility will include a county jail with 96 beds along with a sheriff's office.
Shown above are State Representative Susan King; Nolan County Sheriff David Warren; County Commissioner Terry Willman; County Commissioner Terry Locklar; County Commissioner Tommy White; County Commissioner Tony Lara; Nolan County Jail Administrator Brenda Watts; Nolan County Jail Sergeant Jerry Watts; Nolan County Sheriff Chief Deputy David McDonald; Donald Olson, senior vice president with Wigington Hooker Jeffry, PC, architects; Brandon Wood, Texas Commission of Jail Standards; Larry May, Texas Commission of Jail Standards and City Commissioner; and Nolan County Judge Tim Fambrough.

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