Councilman Bryant Applauds City and County Safety Representatives for Participating in Summer Initiatives
MANSFIELD, OH- For decades, Mansfield has placed a great deal of money into crime-reducing programs and initiatives; but now is the time to focus our energies and efforts to ensure our families and young people are provided a safe and positive environment to progress.
City Councilman Don Bryant, Safety Committee Chairman, applauds Mansfield City and Richland County safety representatives for their participation in several 2015 summer initiatives. These initiatives include donations to the Mend Mansfield Coalition’s 2,000 shoes before school drive and volunteering at the coalition’s Safe Summer Friday programs. There has also been participation in an event sponsored by the Cookies and Milk Project, NECIC’s North Lake Park Bike-A-Palooza and the donation of six laptop computers to the Culliver Reading Center.
“I’m encouraged to see involvement in these community organizations from our government representatives. It’s important to show the people and communities that local government cares about their overall progress and well-being.”
Councilman Bryant would like to say thanks to Mansfield Police Chief Ken Coontz, Assistant Chief Keith Porch, Law Director John Spon, Mayor Theaker, the Office of Judge Heather Cockley, Richland County Prosecutor Bambi Couch Page and Mansfield Police Commission Chair Barbara Walter for a direct involvement in these events and representing public safety.
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