Thursday, October 29, 2009

Galuski endorsed by PBA

TROY - Councilman Gary Galuski, D-District 6, has received the endorsement of the Police Benevolent Association in his bid for re-election.

Bob Fitzgerald, president of the PBA, said that the union supported Galuski's efforts in actively fighting for public safety through his involvement in all of the district's neighborhood groups.

"PBA members are on the streets in Troy neighborhoods fighting hard to protect the lives of families and to assure the security of their property," said Fitzerald. "We recognize those Councilmen who are out there working just as hard."

Galuski said he was proud to be supported by "Troy's finest."

“I truly appreciate the recognition of my efforts to promote public safety by those brave men and women who diligently patrol Troy’s neighborhoods," said Galuski. “Promoting and supporting community involvement in Neighborhood Groups and serving as their liason to Community Police recently paid immediate dividends in re-opening the South Troy Police Substation and keeping it adequately staffed and effectively deployed.”

Galuski said that ensuring the safety of local families and the security of their properties has been and will continue to be his top priority as the District 6 councilman.

“Those public safety goals can be better achieved by collaborative efforts between our citizens and their Community Police, with the involved assistance of effective legislative leadership like City Councilman Gary Galuski," said Fitzgerald.

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