Youngtown transitions police duties t...

Youngtown transitions police duties to Sheriff's Office

There are 5 comments on the story from Dec 19, 2011, titled Youngtown transitions police duties to Sheriff's Office. In it, reports that:

It has been only two weeks since Youngtown officials made the controversial decision to disband its decades-old police force and turn control over to the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office.

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Justice Merchant

Gilbert, AZ

#1 Dec 20, 2011
I see that Lyin' Lloyce claims that the displeasure with the disbanding of the police department has died down. LOL Apparently, she is not talking to the residents or reading the blogs. Of couse, since she spends her days sitting on her rump in her office, that's not surprising.

I also see that she's frantically trying to dispose of all the police hardware to make it harder for us citizens to get our department back after the recall gets in high gear.

Since Lloyce Robinson was made town manager, Youngtown has become the most corrupt town in the Valley and rivaled only by Quartsite in Arizona.

Peoria, AZ

#2 Dec 29, 2011
El Mirage is ahead of the curve on this one. For Youngtown, nothing left, time to disolve the town, without our PD, whats left? I was told over the weekend, that LeVault and Robinson are moving forward with another property tax ballot measure for 2012. That this is their number one agenda now, my question is this....what are you going to give the residents in return?
I also understand that LeVault is going to sue El Mirage against the annexing of the mining? I guess that is more important then police services. They have $3.5 million in the bank, I guess they have to spend it on something. I'm amazed that NO ONE is recalling Youngtowns council, for firing the police dept. and for creating another tax for the residents, the lighting district. We now have to pay for our own street lights, that was the so called town improvement they sold to everyone. Wake up Youngtown residents, this mayor and council with Robinson will destroy this town, you better start waking up or before you know it, Youngtown will be GONE!
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Peoria, AZ

#3 Dec 29, 2011
Mayor Mike LeVault said much of the most vocal opponents who attended an emotionally charged Dec. 2 council meeting where officials voted to dissolve the force, were not Youngtown residents. Many of them were family of Youngtown officers from out of town, he said.
Common Sense

Gilbert, AZ

#5 Dec 29, 2011
QTSouth, I hear that several people are working on putting together a recall campaign to oust the entire town council. I don't know what's taking so long.

Glendale, AZ

#6 Dec 30, 2011
Common Sense wrote:
QTSouth, I hear that several people are working on putting together a recall campaign to oust the entire town council. I don't know what's taking so long.
Trying to find someone from YT who can read and write and has an IQ over 50 is a slow process.

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