The Lewis County Sheriff's Office is feeling budget constraints this summer.
The sheriff's department received $5.6 million this year – about $180,000 less than asked for, according to Sheriff Mike Carpinelli.
Recreational patrols on the water and ATV trails in the county will be cut back this summer because of the lack of money to pay deputies overtime.
The Lewis County Board of Legislators says that the sheriff's office has spent more than 80 percent of their overtime budget this year, which was supposed to be cut back with the addition of 10 new positions.
The department was also over budget by $500,000 in 2018.