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Firing Range Agreement on Village Board Agenda

Mount Pleasant trustees Monday are expected to formally enter into an $11,000 agreement that will allow Racine police officers to use the Mount Pleasant Police Department’s firing range. The agreement was approved last month in the City of Racine after RAPD police Chief Art Howell made a presentation to the city’s Finance and Personnel Committee, a […]

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Committee OKs Borrowing for Firing Range

Trustees on the Mount Pleasant Finance/Legal/License Committee Wednesday gave the OK for the police department to borrow up to $350,000 from the village’s sewer utility to complete its firing range. The total cost of fully outfitting the range is about $450,000, and, going into the meeting, police had over $300,000, including $150,000 from the City […]

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SC Johnson Grant Puts Mount Pleasant Firing Range Within Reach

by Heather Asiyanbi Completion of the Village Of Mt. Pleasant Police Department’s indoor firing range looks like it’s within reach thanks to a $75,000 matching grant from SC Johnson. MPPD Chief Tim Zarzecki told trustees Monday night that he has almost $120,000, primarily from donations and impact fees, and $150,000 pledge from the City of Racine. “I’m […]