Coal City's own police will still patrol streets
In wake of study, officials decide against contracting for services
COAL CITY — Coal City leaders opted to continue services of the village police department after hearing preliminary presentation of a study to determine the feasibility of contracting out police services to the county.
The village board made the decision at the Early Childhood Center in Coal City Monday, during a special meeting to review initial information from the study, which REM Management Services, Inc., a Lansing, Ill. consulting firm, conducted.
Village Administrator Matt Fritz said REM Principal Daniel McDevitt presented the information at the beginning of the meeting. McDevitt touched on the thorough analysis the firm completed on the department's operations, budget and training, among other topics.
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