Council votes against layoffs

Council votes against layoffs

There are 1 comment on the Asbury Park Press Online story from Mar 7, 2009, titled Council votes against layoffs. In it, Asbury Park Press Online reports that:

ENGLISHTOWN - The Borough Council Feb. 25 voted against a plan to lay off two police officers, cut one patrolman's job in half, and reduce the hours of several other municipal workers at a tense meeting packed ...

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Sandy

Brooklyn, NY

#1 Apr 11, 2009
I am pleased to hear that council made the right decision. It is a known fact that in a time of recession or when the economy is down there is always an increase in crime. To layoff an officer in a small town that has a lot of transient traffic would not benefit anyone who s a resident of Englishtown let alone any other adjoining towns as well. Englishtown needs the officers it has at this time and even when the economy does well. It insures the safety of its residents and
there presence instills confidence to the community they serve.

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