Common Council Delays Vote On Police Contract

Syracuse, N.Y. - The Syracuse Common Council was expected to vote this afternoon on a new contract involving the city's police department. However the last minute it was announced that there will not be a vote on the contract

If approved, it would give some officer's raises and require new ones to live in the city within six months of graduating from the police academy. Some members of the Common Council have expressed concern over the cost of the new contract. They're also worried about the impact it could have on other city departments.

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