GOVERNOR ANNOUNCES $75,855.15 GRANT TO GREENBURGH TO REVIEW POLICE SHARING
Release Date: May 03, 2008
Governor Paterson today announced that Greenburgh will receive a grant to study the possibility of sharing police services with the Village of Dobbs Ferry. This is taken from the Governor's press release. Senator Andrea Stewart Cousins advised the town that we will receive this grant last week.
Town of Greenburgh – $75,855.15
The study will: describe the services provided by the village and town police departments and identify those that could be provided more efficiently and economically through a sharing and/or consolidation of services; and recommend a detailed course of action to implement the preferred alternative.