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Council to talk about federal grant for Sheriff’s Department

Post by Stacey Mulick / The News Tribune on June 29, 2009 at 5:00 am |
June 29, 2009 5:00 am

The Pierce County County will talk Tuesday about how the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department plans to spend more than a million in federal grant money.


A resolution endorsing the Sheriff’s Department’s acceptance of the $1,083,891.50 grant is on the council’s agenda.


We wrote about the grant and the department’s (and other law enforcement agencies) plan to spend the grant money. Find that story here and the sidebar here.


Here’s the Council agenda item:


A Resolution of the Pierce County Council Endorsing the Pierce County Sheriff Department’s Acceptance of a Grant Award of $1,083,891.50 in Bureau of Justice Assistance Grant Funds for Public Safety and Judicial Services that Address Critical Needs for Pierce County Citizens; and Providing a Public Hearing on the County’s Proposed Use of the Money Received.


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