Bursly Receives a State Grant

The Town of Bursly was awarded with a $2.7 million state grant for the construction of a police headquarters.


According to Mayor Joey Normand, thre recent appropriation from the state Legislature will fund 75 percent of the project's estimated $3.3 million total cost.


The town will match the grant with the 25% of the total cost of the project.

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