VINELAND CITY OFFICIALS, UNION TO DISCUSS POLICE CONTRACTS

MayorRomanoSmA last second deal is being worked on to save police jobs in Vineland. The News of Cumberland County reports a meeting has been set up on Monday between Mayor Robert Romano and the Police Benevolent Association Local 266. The goal is save 21 police jobs. Layoff notices were sent over earlier this week, but have yet to be delivered. Some of the money will be made up through UEZ money that is expected to approved. The city is still looking to save around $300,000 to $400,000.

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