Mass towns consider regional dispatch model, increase in grant money
Towns that adopt that model have been rewarded with increased grant money and the savings that come from sharing resources
HOLDEN, Mass. — In recent years, state and federal agencies have encouraged communities to move to a regional dispatch model. Towns that adopt that model have been rewarded with increased grant money and the savings that come from sharing resources.
It's a move that Police Chief George Sherrill is interested in pursuing with the town of Princeton.
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