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Passive-aggressive posturing between the city and the cops over the 2012 budget continues

City hall is attempting to rein in the police force’s budget again. This time, Rob Ford ally Peter Milczyn tabled a motion asking the cops to trim $4.3 million, specifying that cuts should come from the force’s civilian ranks and non-salary expenses, not from uniformed staff. Looking back, we probably should’ve anticipated that Ford wouldn’t let the budget battle go gently after the cops scored a minor increase—expect more of this kind of gamesmanship in the future. Read the entire story [Globe and Mail] »

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