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Mt. Pleasant ISP Commander: Furlough Days Would Mean Fewer Officers on the Roads

Posted: Thursday, November 19th, 2009 at 6:26 am


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State Troopers could be taking some unpaid furlough days under a tentative agreement between the State Police Officers Council and Iowa. Lieutenant Dean Jalas is District Commander of Post 13 in Mt. Pleasant. He says the deal would mean fewer officers on the road. Jalas says they would try to set up the schedule to minimize the impact. The proposed mandatory time off is part of the governor’s across the board budget cuts.