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State grants to have IMPACT on crime-fighting in Schenectady, Albany counties

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Schenectady County law enforcement agencies will get a total of $721,900 in 2013-14 under Operation IMPACT, Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office announced Wednesday. The grant amount is the same awarded for 2012-13 and is be used to continue to fund crime-fighting and crime-prevention initiatives already in place. “It’s vitally important,” Schenectady County District Attorney Robert Carney said, noting county budget pressure that has left him down a lawyer. “It’s the largest grant that we have to ...


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