SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — More than a year has passed since Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski was appointed two personal bodyguards in wake of the massacre at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida.

The Deseret News ( ) reported Friday some City Council members think it may be time to evaluate the cost of the security detail and whether it's necessary.

Documents the Deseret News obtained through a public records request state since its inception in June 2016, Biskupski's security team has cost roughly $163,000, including the salaries of two full-time officers of $58,811 and $66,185, overtime costs of $24,400, and travel reimbursements of $13,663.

Salt Lake City Police Chief Mike Brown says he "absolutely" believes Biskupski's security is necessary.

Biskupski has made national headlines for being Salt Lake City's first openly gay mayor.