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Saint John Council Approves Policing Cost Analysis

In a tie-break vote from Mayor Norton, council has approved a motion to consider costs of city policing by RCMP rather than Saint John Police.
Here is coverage of last night's vote.  listen

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Hear NB Police Association executive director Bob Davidson with his thoughts of a motion to compare current policing costs to what the RCMP can offer.  listen

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