Brooklet P.D. will not be dissolved

Written by  Friday, 21 March 2014 06:38

Budget concerns had caused the Brooklet council to look into  shutting down the local force.  When citizens heard of the plan they quickly responded and let councilmen know they wanted to keep the local police force. There was a big crowd at last night's meeting.

 

While the push to shut down the police department was strictly because of budget concerns, the Brooklet City Council decided to keep the Brooklet Police Department.

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