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December 27, 2012
GROSSE POINTE SHORES — One of two new public safety officers is returning to his previous employment in Harper Woods.
Although his last day with Grosse Pointe Shores corresponds with the Mayan prophecy of doom, Friday, Dec. 21, it’s not the end of the world.
The highly-qualified officer’s departure after just a few months doesn’t represent a costly economic loss for the Shores.
“We expended very little funds on him when he started,” Schulte said. “He was triple-trained (in police, fire and emergency medical service) when he came to us. We wish him well.”
A search is on for a replacement.
— Brad Lindberg
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