Maine town considers policing options


By Diana Bowley
Bangor Daily News

MILO, Maine — Selectmen have agreed to review all the options available for police coverage in the wake of the departure of Michael Poulin, the former police chief.

Town Manager Jeff Gahagan told selectmen Tuesday that the town is basically looking at three options: contracting with the Piscataquis County Sheriff's Department, consolidating with Brownville for police coverage, or continuing with the town's own police force.

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