Clay County Sheriff Michelle Cook suggested a ‘campus-style complex’ similar to the one in Nassau County.
CLAY COUNTY, Fla. — This week, Clay County commissioners reviewed a ten-year plan proposing the future location and design of the county jail, added fire stations and a new public safety administration building.
Clay County Sheriff Michelle Cook suggested a ‘campus-style complex’ similar to the one in Nassau County. Cook told commissioners the proposed design will allow the sheriff’s office to expand and operate more efficiently.
“We’ve got to start moving forward. Piecemealing us into portions of another building or putting 20 people over here, 10 people over here is just not the way to do business,” Cook said.
In the next ten years, proposed plans are for the construction and additions of administrative, sheriff’s office and fire rescue buildings.
“The vision is an operation complex where the majority of the Sheriff’s operations are …