Police can get new equipment through U.S. DOJ grant
Town councilors agreed last week to enter into an agreement with Rockingham County for the $20,952 Justice Assistance Grant. As part of the agreement, Rockingham County will now apply for the grant. Following a 5 percent administrative fee that will go to the county, Derry will receive an award of $19,905, Derry Police Chief Edward Garone said during the council meeting.
According to the terms of the award, Rockingham county was selected by the Department of Justice to be the fiscal agent and applicant for the grant.
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