Councilor in NH votes against police grant, cites 'principle'

The $4,500 for the Derry Operation Safe Commuter Patrols come from a federal grant from the New Hampshire Highway Safety Agency


By Dana Wormald
The Union Leader

DERRY, N.H. — The Derry Police Department will once again be able to use federal funding to maintain additional highway patrols during peak commuting hours, although one councilor did oppose the grant application on principle.

The $4,500 for the Derry Operation Safe Commuter Patrols come from a federal grant from the New Hampshire Highway Safety Agency and allows for extra highway patrols during the morning and afternoon.

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