Texas district residents paying for police patrol through their water bill

Friday, August 30, 2013

Since the deadly shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary in Connecticut, schools across the nation have been ramping up their security, including schools in North Texas.

People in the Savannah subdivision northwest of Frisco are digging deeper in their pockets to make sure kids are safe at Savannah Elementary School.

They're paying an extra $2.50 in their water bills each month. That money puts one police officer at the Denton ISD school, paying for a full-time salary.

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