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Supervisors consider fate of 16th district drug court

July 25, 2013

Keeping a drug court office in Oktibbeha County may depend on what kind of landlord the Board of Supervisors chooses to be.

If the supervisors are the type of landlords who expect rent, 16th Circuit Court District Drug Court Administrator April Edwards said the program might have to relocate its office to another county.

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