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July 11, 2014 12:00 AM

Do the math on take-home cruisers; don't let politics cloud assessment

Lexington police officers could be given free use of city-owned cruisers for personal errands and to work other jobs, but that would mean there's less money for other public-safety expenses. The question is whether that's the best use of a small portion of Lexington's public safety budget.

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