The Cape May County Sheriff’s Department had another solid year, according its year end report. The report notes its the fifth straight year the department is under budget and decreased overtime expenses. The Animal Shelter held its euthanasia rate below nine percent for the fourth straight year. Cape May County Sheriff Gary Schaffer told Coastal Broadcasting that he was proud of the year and believes with technology, they were able to accomplish a lot of what they were able to do.
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