Police officer pay under fire in Douglasville
by Bill Baldowski
01:33 PM, Wednesday, July 30
Douglasville’s city manager and police chief have begun meeting about issues surrounding the recruitment, employment and retention of officers. This followed last week’s special called meeting of the city council regarding the concern some city of...

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