Police rift grows between 2 towns
With less than four months to go before a police-sharing agreement with neighboring Collingswood comes to an end, Woodlynne is working toward reinstating its own police department and withholding a payment to Collingswood because of concerns of police coverage.
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#1 Mar 9, 2010
It's a shame that the residents and police officers have to suffer because of the inability of the mayors of Collingswood and Woodlynne to get along and do what's best for the residents. The Collingswood police department has served Woodlynne well, continuing their services would not only be in the best interests of the borough's residents, but would save the jobs of a number of police officers who put their lives on the line every day to make Collingswood and Woodlynne safe places to live and raise families.
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