Beacon Speaks Out, a community group formed last year to to improve relations between the public and the Beacon Police Department, will hold its second community-wide event from 1 to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 6, at the Memorial Building/Bingo Hall at 413 Main St.
The meeting is designed to update residents on eight initiatives that resulted from the hundreds of responses collated from a public meeting held in May that was followed by weekly meetings from June through December between BSO members and government and police officials. For more information, visit beaconspeaksout.org.
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