Economic conditions have put a hiring freeze into place in Cumberland County. Freeholders on Thursday said they may have to look at layoffs as well. The only exemptions would be health and public safety jobs, those funded by a grant, and any jobs mandated by law. The county is looking at a multi-million budget gap as it prepares its numbers for 2011.
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