CLINTON — Residents and town officials will meet tonight at 6:30  to discuss what to do with the town’s police department.

In the second of two scheduled public hearings regarding Clinton’s Police Department, tonight’s selectmen’s meeting will start with an opportunity for residents to comment on the police department, which had its budget voted down at the June Town Meeting.

At the June 25 public hearing, more than 50 residents filled the town hall, mostly supporting a local police presence, while the complaints focused on too many minor traffic citations and poor hiring process by the department. 

This story will be updated.

Jesse Scardina — 861-9239
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