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SENATOR SALAND ANNOUNCES RECIPIENTS OF THE EDWARD BYRNE JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM

6 Projects to Receive $175,000 Total Funding in Dutchess County

Senator Steve Saland (R, I, C – Poughkeepsie) today announced that law enforcement agencies in Dutchess County have received grants under the Edward Byrne Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program totaling $175,000.

“Law enforcement agencies play a critical role in protecting our state, yet like many entities, they operate within tight budgetary constraints,” said Senator Saland. “These grants will provide much needed funding to better equip Dutchess County law enforcement agencies, thereby bolstering the safety of our community without burdening the local property taxpayers.”

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SENATOR SALAND ANNOUNCES RECIPIENT OF THE EDWARD BYRNE JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM

Senator Steve Saland (R, I, C – Poughkeepsie) today announced that the Columbia County Sheriff’s Department has received a grant under the Edward Byrne Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program in the amount of $25,000.

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SENATOR SALAND'S STATEMENT ON AID FOR RECENT TORNADO VICTIMS

Recent tornadoes have caused extensive damage throughout the heartland of America. Five states (Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, Alabama, and Georgia) have reported deaths, totaling at least 38 victims. Many local governments and voluntary agencies are providing shelter for disaster survivors displaced by the storms, but the road to recovery will be a long one and further assistance is always welcome.

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SENATOR SALAND’S LEGISLATION HONORING FALLEN TROOPERS PASSES SENATE

Bill creates a State Trooper Highway Memorial Task Force

Senator Steve Saland (R,I,C Poughkeepsie) today announced Senate passage of his bill, S.698, which creates a State Trooper Highway Memorial Task Force to provide for the recognition of members of the Division of State Police who have died in the line of duty.

The Task Force would establish guidelines for how state troopers who have given their lives in the line of duty should be memorialized. The Commissioner of Transportation would then be responsible for the installation and maintenance of memorial signs. The memorial designation would not alter the official name of the highway.

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