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TELL CITY - Perry County commissioners appointed eight people to four-year terms on a new community-corrections advisory board at their Nov. 19 meeting.
As The News reported Nov. 26, a grant-funded community-corrections program will offer people facing incarceration a highly supervised alternative that Perry Circuit Judge Lucy Goffinet described as "one step above probation, one step below prison."
Some appointments to the 17-person board are automatic, based on people's positions in the community, county attorney Chris Goffinet said.
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