GATESVILLE — Coryell County may have to choose between maintaining its paved roads or building a new county jail, County Judge John Firth said during a budget workshop here Monday.
“If we commit to maintain 430 miles of paved roads, that will put us in the position that we cannot support the sheriff (with a new jail),” Firth said. “To me, we need to support the sheriff.”
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