Norfolk will lose resident state trooper


NORFOLK — After almost 50 years, the town will soon lose its resident state trooper.

According to First Selectman Susan Dyer, at the town’s annual budget meeting on Monday, May 11, residents voted to discontinue participation in the resident state trooper program. The vote was 55 to 20.

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