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Tyra  
FloTown  
July 9, 2012 11:30am
 
Taxpayer Too - what subdivision do you live in? If you live outside the city limits there should be WCSO going by. But then again, maybe you should call your commissioner and tell him that they need to approve the Sheriff's request for more officers so that you can have a constant patrol. With three officers on at night to cover this entire county, you will not see them every hour. I'm sure they do patrol around the subdivision, but you do not see them unless you sit outside your house the entire evening/night.
You have to give credit to our peace officers, both in the city and county and acknowledge they are doing the job they can do with what they are given. The county is growing, yet the commissioner's will spend $1 million dollars on a delapitated school building, instead of funding the Sheriff's office with more patrol to ensure the safety of the residence within this county. Does that add up? Do you know how many patrol officers could have been added if they would of dipped into that reserve for the past 2-3 years? At least 2-3 per year could of been added and we would be adequately covered, but that is not a priority for the commissioner's. It's like the city with the sports complex - whatever is on their agenda is what is priority and safety and law enforcement is not one of them.
     
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