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Lyons said that Commissioner William Wrenn would prefer to build the facility in Concord, where the state owns some 1,000 acres in the vicinity of the State Prison for men. He explained that with the two facilities in relative close proximity to one another there would be opportunities to minimize operating costs by sharing resources, services and personnel.
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