Island County deputies, clerk face axe

Island County deputies, clerk face axe

There are 2 comments on the Whidbey News Times story from Dec 18, 2009, titled Island County deputies, clerk face axe. In it, Whidbey News Times reports that:

Island County Sheriff Mark Brown told the county commissioners Wednesday that he will be forced to lay off two deputies and a records clerk due to budget cuts to his office.

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Shawn Miles

Burlington, WA

#1 Dec 23, 2009
I think with all the criminal activity on the rise, targeting police, this is scary for them. Isn't there a way to find funding or do a fundraiser or something? Maybe tax the sports teams. They make millions of dollars tossing a ball around.

Its upsetting when the necessities of our basic needs are being cut while sports figures are making tons of money.
BoHawg

Gainesville, GA

#2 May 6, 2012
So, did it happen?

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