Mich. township eyes COPS grant
By Sharon Sturdevant
MARTIN TOWNSHIP, Mich. — Discussions continue about whether Martin Township should seek grant funds to hire a sheriff's deputy and enter an agreement that would help library patrons more easily borrow books from other facilities. Both topics initially were discussed during a March 11 township meeting but likely will come up again when the Board of Trustees next meet at 7 p.m. April 8.
Board members agreed to express some interest in a federal grant program that may help local municipalities fund enhanced law enforcement coverage.
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