Layoffs could take place to four police officers in Millville. The Daily Journal reports that bargaining between the union and the city has not created any results. The report says the city said the union would have to accept 12 furlough days in order to avoid any layoffs. The layoffs are schedule to take place Monday. The layoffs could be slightly mitigated by two officers that are planning to retire this year.
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