Methuen Police Chief: More Layoff Notices Expected

METHUEN, Mass. (WBZ-AM) — Currently, 50 police officers have been laid off in Methuen, Mass.

After senior officers received raises under the previous city administration, Methuen Police saw their budget cut by $1.8 million. That money has been moved to the General Fund by the current city council.

“I can tell you I expect another set of layoff notices to go out on Monday,” Methuen Police Chief Joseph Soloman said.

WBZ NewsRadio1030's Karyn Regal (@Karynregal) reports 

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