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PBA Unveils Billboard Protesting Atlantic City Layoffs

NJLawman.com
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Thursday, August 19, 2010
10:18 p.m.

 

The New Jersey State PBA expressed their outrage over Atlantic City police officer layoffs in a big way this week with a billboard near the resort town.  In huge letters, the sign reads, ""In AC, everyone wants to get lucky.  With 73 less police officers, even the bad guys feel lucky. Save Atlantic City, save Atlantic City police officers."

Atlantic City has already laid off twenty police officers.  Next month they are expected to lay off forty more officers.  These are big numbers for an agency that runs around 350 officers already down from their high of around 400 officers.

The city is also expected not to replace thirteen positions which will be opened by retirements in 2010.

 

The billboard is situated on Route 30 and was unveiled Wednesday by officers from Atlantic City and surrounding agencies along with members of the New Jersey State PBA.

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Thursday, August 19, 2010
10:18 p.m.

 

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