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The Great Bend Borough Council covered a lot of ground at its April meeting on the 7th, which lasted nearly three hours. It began with a discussion of State Police coverage in the borough with Corporal Brian Cawley, of the Gibson Barracks, Troop R. Corporal Cawley was sitting in for the Troop's community affairs specialist, and gave council members a detailed and responsive outline of what the State Police have done and can do for the borough. According to a flyer, the nearly 4,300 state troopers are the primary police agency for 1,700 municipalities in the Pennsylvania, as they are for Great Bend.
It was billed as a nonpartisan forum scheduled to give taxpayers in the Forest City Regional School District the pros and cons of Pennsylvania Act 72. But as the forum dragged on, it became more and more apparent that it was anything but unbiased.
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