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Montgomery's Riverfront Department to be restructured

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - Montgomery Mayor Todd Strange's office confirms changes are coming to the city's Riverfront Department.

Strange's office late Monday night released a statement to WSFA 12 News saying that the Riverfront Facilities will be restructured under the leisure services organization.

"Staffing will be evaluated by the city-county personnel board," Strange's office said, indicating the possibility of job losses. "Changes are expected," the release said without being specific. 

"We view this as a positive step to reduce expenses, while at the same time being able to provide the citizens of Montgomery and tourists with the ability to enjoy riverfront facilities including the River Boat, RiverWalk Stadium,  the Amphitheater and other facilities."

No other information was released to WSFA 12 News.

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