After cutting a detective, deputy, and community resource officer from its budget in June, the Carpinteria City Council will be revisiting the issue of public safety on 10/24. For a variety of reasons — the state budget and various adjustments and savings in the city — some cash has opened up that the city didn’t have two months ago. At least a couple city councilmembers, Kathleen Reddington and Joe Armendariz, are asking the council to consider plugging back in the patrol deputy position.
Carp Considers Reviving Patrol Deputy Position
Wednesday, September 28, 2011
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