The Fresno County Jail south annex was built in 1947. The county Board of Supervisors is planning an $88 million jail annex proposed for completion in 2019 that would replace the south annex. The new jail will be adjacent to the existing main and north annex jails on the downtown block bordered by M, L, Merced and Fresno streets. The state is funding $79.2 million for the 300-bed jail.
The Fresno County Jail south annex was built in 1947. The county Board of Supervisors is planning an $88 million jail annex proposed for completion in 2019 that would replace the south annex. The new jail will be adjacent to the existing main and north annex jails on the downtown block bordered by M, L, Merced and Fresno streets. The state is funding $79.2 million for the 300-bed jail. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee file
The Fresno County Jail south annex was built in 1947. The county Board of Supervisors is planning an $88 million jail annex proposed for completion in 2019 that would replace the south annex. The new jail will be adjacent to the existing main and north annex jails on the downtown block bordered by M, L, Merced and Fresno streets. The state is funding $79.2 million for the 300-bed jail. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee file

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