Muttontown Residents Receive Clarity at Board Meeting

Apr 21, 2011 Full story: AntonNews.com

What began as a contentious evening ended as one filled with compliments and a greater understanding of a recent governmental decision at the Muttontown Board Meeting at Village Hall on Tuesday night.A The four-and-a-half hour meeting on Tuesday, April 12, concentrated mainly on Muttontown's controversial decision to form its own police department.

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laura

Hauppauge, NY

#1 Apr 22, 2011
more people losing their jobs is disgracful shame on the mayor. They are going to hire someone already collecting his pension and there going to give him alot of money as his salary.I guess he has no loyalty to his fellow officers way to shame your years of service to make an extra buck really just unreal. The mayor obviously on her high horse and would rather have a lot of people lose their jobs to save a small amount of money. If it's not broke don't fix it people will be very sorry if they allow this to happen.

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