Hmm. Does it say anywhere how we go about paying the added firefighters and first responders once the grant is used instead to beautify a street in front of an appointed board member’s business?
“It does make clear that we have to pick up 25% of the first year and then a higher percentage each of the next three, at which point we will have obligated ourselves to about a million dollars a year for additional firefighters. But that’s for the next mayor to worry about,” wrote the Bookseller in reply.
“November 31st is the last day to apply, according to the Gahan team,”he then added.
“Bodes well for a third term and is indicative of the team’s always-keen attention to detail.” 🤥
New Albany to hire additional firefighters with $2.5 million grant, by Brooke McAfee (Tom May’s Cabin)
NEW ALBANY — With the help of a federal safety grant, the City of New Albany will soon have more firefighters and first responders available to serve the community.
The city recently received a $2.5 million “Staffing for Adequate Fire & Emergency Response” (SAFER) grant from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security that will help the New Albany Fire Department to increase its staff through direct funding. New Albany is one of about 300 communities across the U.S. to receive the grant …