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Glenn Haege
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WSJM-FM 94.9

Posted: Friday, 06 June 2014 10:50AM

Benton Harbor Campaigns "Community Engagement"

Gang activity is on the rise in Benton Harbor, according to Deputy Director of Police Services Dan McGinnis. So far, the gang activity has been children and young adults between the ages of 14 and 23 loitering and getting into fights. McGinnis' department is seeking help from residents to squash it.



McGinnis and City Manager Darwin Watson are campaigning "community engagement."



If the city doesn't receive help McGinnis fears the problems will only get worse. At the same time, McGinnis says residents have to start taking greater ownership of their City.



The redevelopment of neighborhood block clubs is happening in City Hall. For the betterment of the city, residents are encouraged to step up and get involved.

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