Councilman Funds Security Cameras On Harlem Block After Shootings

By Brendan Krisel

Following a recent rash of shooting on a West Harlem block, the area's local city council representative is allocating funds for NYPD security cameras.

City Councilman Mark Levine is allocating $80,000 in capital funding to the NYPD's 30th Precinct to install security cameras on West 134th Street between Amsterdam Avenue and Broadway, the councilman announced this week. Three shootings occurred on the mainly-residential block in early March with two occurring within hours on the same day, police said.

"In response to the alarming crime statistics on West 134th Street, including multiple shootings this year already, I'm proud to be allocating this money to help the NYPD keep that street safe," Levine said in a statement.

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