Fresno County’s former Juvenile Hall as seen from Ventura Avenue and 10th Street. Sale of the property, which has been in county hands since 1897, was approved Tuesday, June 20.
Fresno County’s former Juvenile Hall as seen from Ventura Avenue and 10th Street. Sale of the property, which has been in county hands since 1897, was approved Tuesday, June 20. Kurt Hegre Fresno Bee file
Fresno County’s former Juvenile Hall as seen from Ventura Avenue and 10th Street. Sale of the property, which has been in county hands since 1897, was approved Tuesday, June 20. Kurt Hegre Fresno Bee file

The end for ‘Hall of Shame’ – old Fresno County juvenile hall campus sold

June 20, 2017 04:06 PM

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