City official: New Lyford police chief to be selected soon
LYFORD – City officials are one step closer to reopening the Lyford Police Department. It has been shut down since late October.
Lyford police units remain parked behind a locked gate. Commissioner Albert Cavazos explained why its taken so long to hire a police chief.
Cavazos pointed to drainage improvements and a new medical clinic being two of the city officials’ other priorities.
To some residents, a police department is their hometown is crucial.
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