Fears of Troop B closing might not be far-fetched


NORTH CANAAN — The question keeps coming up: Is Troop B slated to close?

The answer remains a firm “no” from the state Department of Emergency Service and Public Protection. But many state troopers and civilian dispatchers remain adamant it is headed in that direction. Local officials and legislators see the implications as too serious to ignore the possibility.

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