The Board of Juvenile Affairs on Friday reversed a decision on private management of a new juvenile facility. In a 4-3 vote, the board decided to issue a request for proposals or an invitation to bid for the private or nonprofit management of a new medium- and maximum-secure juvenile facility of not more than 150 beds.
At a September board meeting, the issue died because it never got a motion to move forward. Board of Juvenile Affairs Chairman Gary A. Taylor said the decision was a signal to lawmakers about how the board felt. Click here to read the complete article at Tulsaworld.com