Community grant will help prevent crime at Murray Bridge’s basketball stadium
Murray Bridge Basketball Association, located at the city's showground, is one step closer to having a safe venue.
Murray Bridge Basketball Association is still a way away from having the modern venue it wants, but a council community grant of almost $4000 will at least help its members feel safe.
In its April community grants round, the Murray Bridge council approved the money, which will cover about half the cost of installing eight CCTV cameras around the basketball courts at the city’s showground.
Cameras will be installed in the clubroom, on each court, in the main entrance corridor, at the outside entrance and at the outside carpark.
Outgoing MBBA president James Vowles said that the CCTVs were required due to security issues.
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