Police Will Use Grant to Buy Checkpoint Lights
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A $ 106,000 grant will help the Murrieta Police Department step up traffic enforcement by, in part, giving them the means to purchase portable overhead lights for DUI checkpoints.

In its application for the grant, the department wrote that it will use the funds for a comprehensive DUI, red light, motorcycle and collision reduction safety program. The one-year grant was awarded to the department from the State of California Office of Traffic Safety through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

The majority of the funds–$ 88,800–will be used to for overtime pay for program enforcement, according to the application.

Another $ 12,285 will go toward the purchase of three generator-powered overhead lights.

“These lights will enable officers planning a checkpoint to set the checkpoint up in areas that see a high number of DUI arrests or collisions and not be tied to lo…………… continues on Patch.com

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Clarks Summit-Abington Reunion Committee for Class of 1960 seeks members: Sharon Bunnell Hellman, Carol Cobb Kish, Patricia Dunning Butler, Connie Hatfield Dailey, Sue Ellen Kadison Vecchiotti, Elizabeth Nash, Barbara Neidlinger, Rosalie Novak White, Judith Seamans Halloway and Patricia Mcavaney Flynn. Info: 570.587.3056 or 570.587.3676.

Clarks Summit-Abington High School Class of 1962 50 Year Reunion, scheduled for the weekend of September 8, 2012. A committee has been formed to search for former classmates and seek input on activities for the weekend. Members of the class or anyone with information on the whereabouts of members of the class may contact John Arcangelo at 570.587.4453 or access the reunion Facebook page, CSA Class of 19…………… continues on Community Calendar – Wilkes Barre Times-Leader

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