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Old 04-07-2009, 10:57 PM
 
Location: Where laws can be ignored due to political correctness
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“Obviously not everybody is happy with the use of the building,“ Salem city manager Kevin Boggess said. “It’s certainly not an optimal use as far as the city is concerned.“

Boggess said there wasn’t anything the city could do since the facility will be opening on private property.

He also said the facility is in-line with zoning laws governing the city.

Bassett said the facility would only hold detainees for less than 12 hours.

She said none of the detainees would be held overnight.
Community concern over immigration enforcement facility coming to Salem | WSLS 10

It's about time. The more the better. Perhaps it'll provide jobs to some of the residents there as well.
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