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Syracuse Police in New York preparing crowd control for possible Final Four celebrations
CNYCentral.com
The Syracuse Police Department in New York has already been meeting to prepare for crowd control after Syracuse's Final Four match up against Michigan. Police say they are specifically targeting Marshall Street and Armory Square, where fans are expected to watch the games.
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Retired New Hampshire cop argues policy for retirees to keep weapons
The Union Leader via PoliceOne.com
A long-held policy of allowing retiring police officers to keep their weapons has one former officer up in arms. Retired Nashua, N.H., police officer and former union president Anthony Pivero questioned the department's policy of allowing retirees to keep their sidearms. In the Queen City, retirees from the Manchester Police Department are not allowed to purchase their weapons, according to Lt. Maureen Tessier.
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Georgia City Council approves mandatory gun ownership ordinance
The Associated Press via CBS Atlanta
Backers of a newly adopted ordinance requiring gun ownership in a small north Georgia town acknowledge they were largely seeking to make a point about gun rights. The ordinance in the city of Nelson — population 1,300 — was approved recently and goes into effect in 10 days.
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Charlotte, N.C., stadium deal results in lawsuit
NBC News
In January, Charlotte City Council agreed in a closed session to support a tax increase that would pay for renovations at Bank of America Stadium. A lawyer filed suit on behalf of four local journalists, who claim that the agreement violates North Carolina's open meetings law.
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Northvale municipal budget keeps tax levy flat
NorthJersey.com
The borough council unanimously approved the introduction of a 2013 budget, which avoids a municipal tax increase. Under the proposed $7,756,477 million budget, the local tax levy for the average home assessed at $387,953 would total $2,571, or a 0.663 percent tax rate.
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No charges for sewer workers, but city of Modesto, Calif., to clarify found-items policy
The Modesto Bee
Prosecutors will not file charges against three Modesto, Calif., public works employees who sold about $2,500 worth of jewelry they found while cleaning sewer lines. "As there is no evidence that the property was stolen, and that there was no actual knowledge of who the owners are, or any reason why the city workers would have known who the property belonged to, there was no criminal liability," Assistant District Attorney Carol Shipley said in an email.
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Vermont becomes first to propose insurance exchange rates
Kansas City Business Journal
Vermont became the first state in the country to release its proposed health insurance rates under the Affordable Care Act. The rates show what the uninsured can expect to pay for coverage.
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Park playground dropped from city's insurance
ArkCity.net
Winfield, Ark., city officials were notified recently that the city's insurance provider no longer will provide property insurance coverage for the Island Park playground after it burned earlier this month, City Manager Warren Porter said.
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