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Senator presents City $1.45 million for community improvement


Wendy Alexander/The Madera Tribune

Senator Anna Caballero, center, left, and Assemblymember Esmeralda Soria, center right, are joined by local dignitaries and City of Madera officials after receiving grants for more than $2.5 million on Monday at City Hall.

 

Sen. Anna M. Caballero (D-Merced) joined the City of Madera to present three ceremonial checks for community improvement projects for public safety and outdoor recreation.


Project overview


$950,000: For Technology Upgrades to the City of Madera Police Department’s Communication System in the Mobile Command Center.


$500,000: For trail system upgrades for the Lions Town and Country Park. The Lions Town and Country Park is the City of Madera’s largest park that features a 1-plus mile trail system, amphitheater, playground and baseball fields. The park is a destination utilized for residents’ physical well-being, and serves as a community hub. Funds will be used to upgrade the trail system that was constructed more than 35 years ago and is currently in a state of disrepair.

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