The pork continues to rain down upon us! Simon Corbell now announcing a vast array of tiddly little grants to community organisations that will no doubt be appropriately grateful:
Back to base alarms, CCTV, sensor security lighting, security grills and locks and upgrades of perimeter fencing are just some of the projects to receive funding as part of the 2010-12 Infrastructure Safety and Security Grants Program, announced Attorney-General, Simon Corbell.
“The Infrastructure Safety and Security Grants (ISSG) Program will provide approximately $300,000 in grants to 46 community organisations to purchase infrastructure and equipment to improve the safety and security of their facilities,” Mr Corbell said.
“These community organisations, receiving an average grant amount of $6,656, will implement a range of safety and security measures including security grills and doors, lighting, fencing, security locks and CCTV as part of the program.