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Could the Rockland County Drug Task Force be eliminated?

From left, District Attorney Thomas P. Zugibe and

From left, District Attorney Thomas P. Zugibe and Chris Goldrick, the director of the Rockland County Drug Task Force, speak at the Rockland County Courthouse in New City. (Sept. 19, 2012) Photo Credit: Angela Gaul

Rockland County District Attorney Thomas P. Zugibe and Chris Goldrick, director of the Rockland County Drug Task Force, discussed on Wednesday the possible demise of the agency because of a lack of funding. (Sept. 19, 2012)

From left, District Attorney Thomas P. Zugibe and
Photo Credit: Angela Gaul

From left, District Attorney Thomas P. Zugibe and Chris Goldrick, the director of the Rockland County Drug Task Force, speak at the Rockland County Courthouse in New City. (Sept. 19, 2012)

Chris Goldrick, the director of the Rockland County
Photo Credit: Angela Gaul

Chris Goldrick, the director of the Rockland County Drug Task Force, looks through charts from recent drug busts at the Rockland County Courthouse in New City. (Sept. 19, 2012)

District Attorney Thomas P. Zugibe at the Rockland
Photo Credit: Angela Gaul

District Attorney Thomas P. Zugibe at the Rockland County Courthouse in New City. (Sept. 19, 2012)

Chris Goldrick is the director of the Rockland
Photo Credit: Angela Gaul

Chris Goldrick is the director of the Rockland County Drug Task Force. (Sept. 19, 2012)

From left, District Attorney Thomas P. Zugibe and
Photo Credit: Angela Gaul

From left, District Attorney Thomas P. Zugibe and Chris Goldrick, the director of the Rockland County Drug Task Force, speak at the Rockland County Courthouse in New City. (Sept. 19, 2012)

From left, District Attorney Thomas P. Zugibe poses
Photo Credit: Angela Gaul

From left, District Attorney Thomas P. Zugibe poses with Chris Goldrick, director of the Rockland County Drug Task Force, at the Rockland County Courthouse in New City. (Sept. 19, 2012)

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