Village Of Earlville Discusses Contract For Police Coverage
Published: June 17th, 2008
By: Jessica Lewis

EARLVILLE – During an executive session Monday night, the Village of Earlville Board discussed a proposed contract with the Madison County Sheriff’s Department for police coverage.

The Earlville Police Department has not been active since the village police officer resigned in April of 2006. Since that time, the village has been discussing options, including setting up a base office for the New York State Police in the former police station, contracting with the Madison County Sheriff’s Department and working out contract agreements with the Village of Sherburne for joint police coverage.

Monday night, the board entered into an executive session to discuss a contract for coverage with the Madison County Sheriff’s Department. The contract has been approved by the Village Attorney William Getman. When the board re-entered the public portion of the meeting, Mayor Toni Campbell said a motion had been made to recommend the contract agreement. The conditions of the contract, which the mayor said could not be discussed at the present time, will not be released until the contract has been officially accepted by the Madison County Sheriff’s Department, a process that should take approximately 10 days. No financial agreements were made. If the contract is approved by the other party, the board will officially enter into the contract agreement at its next meeting at 7 p.m. on July 8 at the Village Office.

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