Moss plans to resume efforts for prison rehab facility at old county stockade

By Greg Oliver
Courtesy The Journal

PICKENS — Local pastor Joe Moss said unforeseen circumstances derailed efforts to present county council this year with a plan for building tiny houses for a prison rehab facility on the site of the former Pickens County Stockade.

But Moss said he plans to resume those efforts after the first of next year.

“I went to the Rocky River Association, which is in Anderson, since we do have inmates from Anderson and have an appointment to go to the Seneca River Association, which is Pastor (W.C.) Honeycutt, who is the moderator, and the next stop will be the Oolenoy Association, which is right outside of the prison,” Moss said. “I’m going to reach out to

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