Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Milton fire, police receive donation grants.

By Patrick Fox
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The non-profit Milton Public Safety Fund recently donated nearly $6,000 to Milton’s public safety departments.

A $3,500 grant was made to purchase a Stairmaster Stepmill, which will be used both by police officers and firefighters during daily workouts and to conduct annual fitness and new candidate assessments. Another grant, for $2,375, was made to the Milton Police Department to purchase gun range safety kits for 33 officers.

Since the group’s inception in 2007, the MPSF has donated more than $19,000 to the city’s fire and police departments.


Anonymous said...


Since you seem to be so interested in the police and fire departments, have you ever donated to them? If so, what was it? Was it recieved well? If someone wants to donate directly to one of the departments, how do they? What do they need?

Do they have one of those signs that shows speed? I see them everywhere but here.


Tim Enloe said...

Yes. I donated three dvd vcr players to public safety departments.

Also, I played Santa so that the city didn't have to spend $800 on an actor. All I asked was that they split the money and give it to the fire and police.

The City refused after the fact.

My best suggestion is to go by city hall and ask to speak with an officer or fireman. They can let you know what is needed.

Tim Enloe
770 653 0552

Anonymous said...

Tim, when you say that the city refused after the fact. did the say they would and then changed their mind? Or did they not promise in the first place?

If they changed their mind after the fact, that is deplorable.

If not, next time ask first. At least that way you know.