Wednesday, January 12, 2011 at 10:32 am (Updated: January 12, 10:33 am)
Taylorsville has around-the-clock coverage from its local police force finally after city officials worked out a deal to fund the expansion.
Police Chief Toby Lewis presented multiple scheduling options to the Taylorsville City Commission on Jan. 5 in hopes of closing the gap on coverage lapses inherent to a five-person full-time staff.
But instead of just closing the gaps, Lewis and officials eliminated them after working out details during the commission meeting.
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