Wilmington Parks & Rec receives $32,114 for park security cameras


The Clinton County LEGACY Fund Grant Committee awarded $32,114 to the City of Wilmington Parks & Recreation Department for park security cameras. This grant award will help secure park areas from drugs and petty crimes through the installation of night vision security cameras, to be monitored by the Wilmington Police Department. From left are grant committee member Kerry Steed, Wilmington Parks & Rec Director Jermaine Isaac, and committee members Tony Long, Janet Dixon and Michelle Morrison. Not pictured is committee member Joe Hete.

The Clinton County LEGACY Fund Grant Committee awarded $32,114 to the City of Wilmington Parks & Recreation Department for park security cameras. This grant award will help secure park areas from drugs and petty crimes through the installation of night vision security cameras, to be monitored by the Wilmington Police Department. From left are grant committee member Kerry Steed, Wilmington Parks & Rec Director Jermaine Isaac, and committee members Tony Long, Janet Dixon and Michelle Morrison. Not pictured is committee member Joe Hete.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

The Clinton County LEGACY Fund Grant Committee awarded $32,114 to the City of Wilmington Parks & Recreation Department for park security cameras. This grant award will help secure park areas from drugs and petty crimes through the installation of night vision security cameras, to be monitored by the Wilmington Police Department. From left are grant committee member Kerry Steed, Wilmington Parks & Rec Director Jermaine Isaac, and committee members Tony Long, Janet Dixon and Michelle Morrison. Not pictured is committee member Joe Hete.

The Clinton County LEGACY Fund Grant Committee awarded $32,114 to the City of Wilmington Parks & Recreation Department for park security cameras. This grant award will help secure park areas from drugs and petty crimes through the installation of night vision security cameras, to be monitored by the Wilmington Police Department. From left are grant committee member Kerry Steed, Wilmington Parks & Rec Director Jermaine Isaac, and committee members Tony Long, Janet Dixon and Michelle Morrison. Not pictured is committee member Joe Hete.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2021/08/web1_wilmy_c.jpgThe Clinton County LEGACY Fund Grant Committee awarded $32,114 to the City of Wilmington Parks & Recreation Department for park security cameras. This grant award will help secure park areas from drugs and petty crimes through the installation of night vision security cameras, to be monitored by the Wilmington Police Department. From left are grant committee member Kerry Steed, Wilmington Parks & Rec Director Jermaine Isaac, and committee members Tony Long, Janet Dixon and Michelle Morrison. Not pictured is committee member Joe Hete. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal