Alamar Ranch

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Current status Abandoned before construction
Detainees.gif Capacity 24
Checked April 15, 2013

Alamar Ranch is a project to establish a behavior modification facility in Boise County, Idaho.

When they are opening the facility, they will be able to detain 72 teenagers aged 12 to 17.

In the news

The project has created a lot of protests. In April 2007 they made a press release, where they state that they have found a new location for the facility[1] [2].

  • The project was cancelled. The developers sued the county and won in court. It is not known whether the decision was appealled [3]

External

References

  1. Press release on strugglingteens.com - industry marketing firm.
  2. Open and Shut, As Franklin House struggles, Alamar Ranch considers a new application, BY Peter Wollheim, Boise Weekly, February 28 2007
  3. County hit with $4 million verdict for obstructing home for troubled teens, by Betsy, The Spokesman-Review, December 20, 2010