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Chase City wins grant for police body cams / January 16, 2019

Chase City was awarded a Byrne Justice Assistance grant of $49,715 for equipment and technology thanks to Sgt. Will Stembridge with the Chase City Police Department.

Stembridge wrote the grant that the department will use to purchase body cams for the officers.

Assistant Mayor Lisa Gillispie made the announcement during a brief meeting of Town Council Monday night.

In other business, Council adopted a program design for the town’s Endly Street Community Improvement Project, Phase I. The project will benefit 34 low and moderate income individuals living in 10 households by rehabilitating four properties and substantially reconstructing 6 others.

Town Manger Angela Lawrence said an RFP has been issued for repairs to the roofs for the police and fire department buildings and she is having the roof on Town Hall examined for needed repairs.

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