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Kurt Ullman

"Fort Wayne and Allen County officials are keenly aware that in these difficult economic times, local government must constantly find better ways to serve the public and to ensure that our laws are properly enforced."
They misspelled "Ft. Wayne and Allen County officials are keenly aware that the fine money is going elsewhere and we want to put an immediate end to that."

Phil Marx

Mitch, all the talk about this court seemed to center on traffic violations. Was that to be the limit of it's scope?

I recall a few years back when Prosecutor Richards and Chief York publicly disagreed about the process for bringing drug cases to court. Was this recently proposed court in any way an attempt by the City to be able to better enforce these types of violations?

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