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Mahube director Leah Pigatti, at left, and Family Development Director Marcia Otte have refined a program to deal with the long term homeless population. They are seeking another five-year grant to continue. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)

Security, jail fees top board agenda

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Hubbard County residents and seasonal visitors now have an added incentive to be law abiding.

Staying in the county-owned B&B will now cost defendants $10 per day.

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The Hubbard County board approved a "Pay to Stay" program for the county jail Wednesday.

It not only allows the county to seek reimbursement for a day's occupancy in a cell, but also for medical and dental expenses.

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Sarah Smith
Sarah Smith is the outdoors editor. She covers courts, business and breaking news in addition to outdoors events.
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