Queen’s to contribute $750K to support Kingston city services

Queen’s University has announced that it will be contributing $750K over five years to support the City of Kingston’s services. The funds will give the city a larger budget to work with to address the additional pressures that come with policing the university district at certain times of the year. “The university felt that a financial contribution to the City was an appropriate way to acknowledge and address some of the additional pressures placed on our municipal services throughout the year,” said Queen’s Principal Patrick Deane. “As an active and supportive member of the Kingston community, the university recognizes and appreciates the hard work of our many municipal and community partners.” Global News| Queen’s Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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