Receiver voids Central Falls Police Chief Moran's contract
The state-appointed receiver has voided the five-year contract of Col. Joseph P. Moran III, chief of Central Falls police, the latest in a series of moves to shave spending and reduce a projected deficit of $25 million over the next five years in this insolvent city of 19,000 residents.
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#1 Sep 9, 2011
AS a resident of CF for many years at least 70 its a shame to what has happened. To much politics and hand holding by our city officials of each other. We should eliminate the fire chief/police chief positions using a court appointed safety director. Also for a city this size we don't need a mayor and council. A city manager/administrator would work. The city should also get bids for servicing the trucks/cars that are used daily. Preference given to city businesses first and going outside for comparison bids. This should hold true in any expenditures and should be reviewed yearly. Thank You
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