Clock ticking on police payments

Sep 21, 2008 Full story: Bridgeton-Millville News

Towns with part-time or no local police departments have until year's end to decide whether to begin paying for the New Jersey State Police coverage they receive, or seek an alternative arrangement.

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john

Sumerduck, VA

#1 Nov 6, 2008
This is ridiculous!!!
Police who petrol all areas are ALREADY being paid by the same taxpayers. Why should they be required to pay additional fees? It's just another way of the state to collect more money than they are entitled to receive. I believe the petrols should stop and all municipalities should, collectively, sue the state to provide protect municipalities, as they are required.

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