SALINAS, Calif.- The lines in the sand are already starting to develop surrounding a possible tax to build a police station and hire more officers in Salinas, according to one Salinas city council member.
A Community Meeting is planned with the Salinas Chief of Police to better understand the gravity of the situation, according to council member Steve McShane.
The Committee of Salinas Residents supports funding more police officers and building a new police station. It has planned a Community Meeting for Monday, April 29th at 6:00PM, 2013 at Temple Beth El Church – 1212 Riker St., Salinas CA 93901.
The committee consists of a broad base of supporters including leadership from the recently successful Measure E Committee along with folks from business, labor, neighborhood associations and taxpayer groups.