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Amherst Council votes not to cut cops from force

Amherst is known as the "safest city" in the country. Monday, three police positions were on the chopping block. The majority of the town board was not happy.

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    Amherst Council votes not to cut cops from force

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    Amherst is known as the "safest city" in the country. Monday, three police positions were on the chopping block. The majority of the town board was not happy.
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