ROSWELL, N.M. (KRQE) - Chaves County's jails are one step closer to getting more than $5 million for renovations.
The Roswell Daily Record reports that county commissioners approved an agreement between the county and the New Mexico Finance Authority for the renovation funds.
A part of the agreement is for the loan.
One commissioner says there will not be an increase in taxes.
The renovations would be for both the adult jail and the juvenile detention center.
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