City Council-at-Large candidate Peter Barney says he'd like to see the residency requirement for New Bedford Police and firefighters boosted to ten years.
Under current City ordinance, police and firefighters must live in the City for three years before moving into another community while still retaining their job...
Former City assessor and treasurer Peter Barney has a suggestion for reducing the amount of prostitution in New Bedford.
Barney, who worked for the City for nearly four decades, is now a candidate for a Council-at-Large seat.
Speaking on "The Taylor Cormier Show," Barney says it may be a good idea to have prostitutes and "johns" tested for disease upon their arrest, and then re
The New Bedford City Council honored Peter Barney with a standing ovation Thursday night.
Barney, the current full-time administrator in the Assessors Office, is retiring next month after 35 years at City Hall.
In remarks to the Council, Barney praised the people of New Bedford...