Anyone who applied to serve on the Citizens Review Committee for the Jail and Juvenile Transition Center (CRC-JJTCC) will now sit on that committee, as changed by the Muskegon County Board of Commissioners.
The Commissioners voted on Tuesday (Feb. 12) to allow all those who applied to serve on the committee. Previously, each commissioner chose one person from their district who applied to serve on the committee. There were 11 people on the committee last year.
The CRC-JJTCC is an advisory committee made up of community members in Muskegon County. They discuss the current jail, the proposed plans from the Jail and Juvenile Transition Center Committee (JJTCC) and come up with their own ideas.
The group then gives input to the JJTCC.
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