The Sixth Grade Class of Snyder Girotti Elementary School recently graduated from the Bristol Borough's Police DARE program. The program, delivered by Sgt.
Students from St. Marks Catholic School graduated form the Bristol Borough Police Department's DARE program. The program was conducted with the schools sixth grade class by Sgt. Carlos Rivera. A graduation ceremony was held at the school, which included remarks from Mayor Joseph Saxton , Judge Frank Paranteau Sr.
The street sweeper is scheduled to run EVERY Thursday and Friday, officially beginning tomorrow, Thursday, April 25, 2019. The sweeper program and runs continuously until the fall. A fine of $15.00 will be enforced for all vehicle violations of the no parking ordinance including the Borough parking lots (as posted).
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Bristol Police visited with students at the Snyder Girotti Elementary School. The students are attending the School District's 21st Century Summer Camp program.
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Steven Henry, Chief of Police
The DARE Program returned to Bristol Borough Schools this year. The program was reinstated with the support of the Bristol Borough Council and the Bristol Borough School District.
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