Pa. city's public safety could suffer with budget cuts

11/30/2012 | Express-Times (Easton-Bethlehem, Pa.), The

The Bethlehem, Pa., police chief and other safety officials are urging the City Council not to go through with $500,000 in possible cuts to the public safety budget. The cuts would affect the police and fire departments, EMS services and the 9-1-1 dispatch center, and could extend response times to emergency calls and result in an increase in crime, safety officials told the council.

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