INDIANOLA, Iowa – Tuesday afternoon, the Warren County Board of Supervisors will take a look at bids for a new justice center.
Warren County has been without a jail since last summer when the state forced the county to tear it down due to poor conditions.
Voters have approved a nearly $30 million bond to build a new one, but bids came in around $7 million over budget. Voters then rejected a second bond to help cover the gap back in November.
Tuesday’s meeting is being held at 2:00 p.m. at 301 North Buxton St. and is open to the public.