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Lamar Advertising Donates Billboards to Support Community Safety

By Paul Smith | FOX43

In an effort to maintain the message of community safety, Lamar Advertising has graciously donated signage that displays Mayor C. Kim Bracey’s Anonymous Gun Drop Off initiative, to keep awareness in the community of the program’s presence.  Signs are currently located at the corners of E. Princess Street & S. Queen Street and Roosevelt Avenue & Gay Street.

The Anonymous Gun Drop Off initiative provides the opportunity for handguns to brought to the York City Police Department or a York City Police Officer without any questions asked.  Anyone with information on an illegal handgun can contact the York City Police Department through anonymous text at 847411.  To date, 9 handguns have been turned in anonymously to the York City Police Department.

“As Mayor, I will continue to advocate for the removal of illegal guns off our streets and away from the hands of our youth.” “I am grateful for the partnership and generosity of Lamar Advertising in keeping this initiative visible in our community,” states Mayor Bracey

The original article appeared on Fox43.com

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