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Bumpy road ahead for critics of details

Police contracts, limited savings seen as slowing governor's effort

Sergeant Glenn Chisholm directs traffic at a Dudley Road project in Newton, where the total tab for police details topped $2 million last fiscal year. Sergeant Glenn Chisholm directs traffic at a Dudley Road project in Newton, where the total tab for police details topped $2 million last fiscal year. (Bill Greene/Globe Staff)
By Ralph Ranalli
Globe Staff / September 11, 2008

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For no other reason than pure jealousy, you might think that city and town leaders would jump at the chance to crack down on police details at road projects and construction sites. (Full article: 1315 words)

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