The idea of a wider partnership between Central Bucks police departments is dead, for now, but two of the initial partners are moving forward with their own.
New Britain and Doylestown boroughs say they still are committed to merging their police departments into one force.
Residents of the two boroughs are invited to a meeting to learn what the merger might mean for them and their towns.
The public safety committee of Doylestown Borough Council will meet on Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2012 to consider the Regional Police Study for the two boroughs.
The Governor's Center for Local Government Services of the PA Department of Economic Development will present the results of a study to a combined group of Doyletown and New Britain Borough officials and be available to answer questions.
Residents of both boroughs are strongly encouraged to attend the meeting, which will take place at 7 pm in Doylestown Borough Hall, 57 West Court Street.