Members of the Ithaca Police Benevolent Association voice concerns again after a shooting in the city. Their main issue is a smaller staff working without a contract.

The shooting happened Wednesday morning on Green Street.

The PBA President is worried this indicates a bad direction for the city.

"Never a good sign, it suggests the city is on the wrong track when it comes to staffing levels and their attitude toward crime and disorder in general," said PBA President Eric Doane.

The police department has been operating under the same contract without a raise since 2011.

Spectrum News reached out to the city, and have not heard back.