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Winslow looks to merge police, fire operations under single public safety department

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Winslow's police and fire operations each would be led by a deputy chief who would report to a director of public safety. Town would save money in the short-term by doing away with the police andFire chief positions, both of which pay about $100,000 a year. The town would eventually need to hire a new, salaried director.
Published 2 months ago · Hampden, United States

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Winslow looks to merge police, fire operations under single public safety department

The Town Council gave preliminary approval Monday to consolidating the operations as part of a cost-saving move other towns such as Hampden have adopted.

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