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Changes loom for Larch: State Department of Corrections proposes closing unit

“It’s just like a lose-lose-lose situation. None of us are happy”

By Jessica Prokop, Columbian Local News Editor
Published: June 20, 2021, 6:05am
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The Washington Department of Corrections has proposed halving the number of beds and reducing staffing at Larch Corrections Center, as part of a larger reorganization of its facilities.

Larch’s Silver Star unit is among 18 living units, across eight state prisons, under consideration for potential closure, according to the DOC.

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