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Green Bay committee stands firm on police chief residency policy

Would be a deal-breaker for Molitor, who lives in Abrams

7:13 AM, Jan. 23, 2013
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Green Bay aldermen are signaling that they do not want the next police chief to live outside the city.

If they stick to that position, it could cost them the chance to hire the Police & Fire Commission's first choice for the $102,000-a-year job.

Tom Molitor, chosen by commissioners just one day earlier, told aldermen Tuesday that he would not move to Green Bay, if required, to become the next police chief. ...

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