State board OKs RV spaces for Nevada prison guards

CARSON CITY, Nev. — Nevada correctional officers at two rural work camps will have the option of bringing their own housing to work under a proposal approved Tuesday by the state Board of Prison Commissioners, writes The Republic.

Greg Cox, director of the Department of Corrections, said the agency wants to build two spaces for recreational vehicle parking at conservation camps in Winnemucca and Carlin.

E.K. McDaniel, deputy director of operations for the agency, estimated that the parking spaces with utility hookups could be built for around $1,000 at each camp, writes The Republic.

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Kelly Cauthorn

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