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By Jack H. Smith
Three Forks Voice 

Commissioners place justice center bond on ballot

 

August 14, 2019

Pictured is an artist rendering of the proposed Law and Justice Center. Courtesy photo

The Gallatin County Commissioners voted 3-0 Monday to place a $59 million bond to replace the current Law and Justice Center on the November ballot. The new county facility would house the Gallatin County Sheriff's Office, Victim Services, Justice Court, District Court, Youth Court, County Attorney's Office, records and the Clerk of District Court's Office.

Gallatin County Commissioner Scott MacFarlane said Tuesday the new Law and Justice Center is only for county business. He also wanted to clear up any confusion with the new Public Safety Center that was approved by City of Bozeman vote...



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