Fruita complies with ‘ridiculous requirement’ for grant funds

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It may be ridiculous to require a city have specific language in their ordinance, but to have a policy to avoid violence does not sound ridiculous to me.

Not Frieda Cook:  Am a relative.

Claudette - It is already a violation of the law for Police to use excessive force in any circumstances, Civil Rights demonstrations or otherwise.  This is just the Federal Government over regulating and sticking it’s nose into local affairs where it is not needed.  However, in this case it caused no additional hardship, did not negatively impact the Police Department and the Community Development Block grant was awarded to help the people. Too bad all government regulation doesn’t work that way?



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