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WAMC News, North Country News
Tue July 17, 2012
Springfield, Vermont Residents Speak Out Over Crime Rate
Residents in Springfield, Vt., say they are outraged about growing crime in their neighborhoods and they have presented a list of possible solutions to improve things.
The Eagle-Times reports the most recent concern was sparked by a shooting on July 9 that resulted in arrest on a charge of attempted murder.
Residents asked police to make fighting the growing use of drugs in the community a top priority and increase foot patrols. They also asked for greater communication between the school district and the city.
They made their comments Monday at a selectboard meeting.
Copyright 2012 The Associated Press.