High Springs Police Chief Responds to Union
The police union may want him out, but it doesn't look as if the High Springs Police Chief is going anywhere.
The Police Benevolent Association gained one more member today. Her reasoning: the next time the union makes a move, she wants her say in it.
"I was left out of something that I think I should have had a voice in because I stand behind Chief Troiano 100% in his job."
Powell also says that the chief always has an "open door" policy. It is because of that policy that Chief Troiano was shocked that the PBA asked for his resignation, without expressing any previous concern.
"Just really insulted by the comments made by the union. If there were these concerns, we certainly would have loved to have heard them."
Troiano says he remains dedicated to the High Springs community and has no intentions of resigning.
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