The Plain Dealer has reported that the State of Ohio has offered Cuyahoga County $10.6 million dollars to build a new detention center for non-violent felons. The catch-22 is that in order to receive the funds, the County will have to approve plans for a new facility by January of 2008. According to the PD, this is something the County has been unable to accomplish in the last decade, despite having been offered the money 'carrot' before. If approved, the new facility would open in 2010 and house up to 200 prisoners. County Administrator Dennis Madden has indicated that County officials and judges are so hopeful that they are already scoping out land at the intersection of East 34th and Croton Avenue. Although the facility would foucs on treatment for different types of substance abuse, inmates could still work and see their families. According to the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction, Cuyahoga County is the only major metro area without a community correctional facility, even though 20% of the state's inmates come from Cuyahoga County.