Tough Times at High Springs PD
The cuts would have meant losing police officers from an already small staff.
But the High Springs City Commission is discussing not making the legislature's recommended budget cuts. To do so, all commissioners would have to vote for that.
"It seems as if they are willing to vote unanimously to override the legislature's cuts," said High Springs City Manager Jim Drumm.
The final city budget meeting is Thursday, September 6th. Then September 13th another meeting will be open for public comment.
As for Chief Kaminskas, his family has made arrangements to have a memorial service Tuesday, September 11th. The city manager will focus on finding someone to fill his large shoes sometime after the service.
By Anne Imanuel, WCJB TV20 News
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