Republicans Challenge Forced Police Retirements In Southampton Budget As Political - 27 East

Republicans Challenge Forced Police Retirements In Southampton Budget As Political

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author on Oct 1, 2011
There was no applause after Southampton Town Supervisor Anna Throne-Holst presented her $80.2 million tentative spending plan to a full room at Town Hall this week. The proposed budget was... more

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