MUSKEGON, Mich. (Michigan News Source) – Muskegon County will continue to sit on more than $600,000 of tax money from marijuana sales.

On Tuesday night, the county board voted against hiring six more correctional officers for the jail, which frustrated and disappointed Sheriff Michael Poulin.

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Poulin said 48 officers work at the jail and the Michigan Department of Corrections recommends they have fifty-four.