GPD: High-Ranking Cuts "Very Likely"
The "worst case scenario" for budget cuts at the Gainesville Police Department now involves some high-ranking officials.
Almost two months ago Chief Tony Jones told TV20 that a possible 15 percent budget cut for the 2010-2011 fiscal year could mean 70 fewer jobs with 33 of those being sworn officers. Now fewer officers, but more captains and lieutenants, could be on their way out.
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