MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Forest Lake City Council is set to vote Monday night on whether or not to disband the city’s police department.

A large crowd turned out for Monday’s vote, including many community members who do not support the plan.

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The mayor of Forest Lake says using the Washington County Sheriff’s Department for law enforcement would save the city $385,000 a year and put three more officers on the streets.

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If the city police department is disbanded, 23 officers would be laid off. The mayor hopes Washington County would hire them.

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So many people attended the meeting that as of 10 p.m., the vote had not taken place.