Police, firefighters protest possible layoffs

Dozens of police officers and firefighters picketed in front of City Hall last night after talk of possible layoffs to balance the city's budget.

Despite the protests, White Plains Mayor Adam Bradley says cutting corners has already helped save $6.5 million on the budget.

Bradley also added that he hopes to reach an agreement with both unions before next week when the city is expected to vote on a budget.

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