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Security cameras may be coming to Public Works Department

The Town of Huntingdon may be eligible to purchase some security equipment through the Public Entity Partners’ Property Conservation Matching Grant Program, council members learned at the Oct. 22 council program.

“A qualifying amount is offered through this grant program and is based on the total insured property amount,” said Mayor Dale Kelley.  

Based on Huntingdon’s total insured amount, the town should be eligible for up to approximately a $4,000 matching grant.

“This grant will be used for security cameras at the Public Works Department and security cameras and security lights at Kelley Sports Complex,” said the mayor.

The mayor made three other announcements during the meeting. 

He noted that Baptist Memorial Home Care & Hospice has been recognized by Strategic Healthcare Programs (SHP) as a “Superior Performer” for achieving an overall patient satisfaction score that ranked in the top 20 percent of all eligible SHP clients for the 2018 calendar year.

It was pointed out by the mayor that the Huntingdon Heritage Festival was a huge success again this year with a large number in attendance.

He said the Trunk or Treat event by area churches, businesses, and clubs will be held on the Court Square on Halloween night from 6 to 8 p.m.

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