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Large California City May Lay Off Quarter of Force

February 18, 2011  | 

In what would be the most dire scenario, the San Jose (Calif.) Police Department would lay off 349 officers, or about a quarter of the force, city officials are warning, reports the San Jose Mercury News.

City officials are working to close a $110 million budget gap with the public safety layoffs, which could also include 149 firefighters.

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