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Northeast Windows of Pittston donated $500 to the Pittston City's efforts to obtain a police dog. Councilman Mike Lombardo said about half of the $20,000 goal has been reached. Because of difficult financial times, the city is unable to afford a dog and officials are moving forward with a plan to raise funds independent of the city's budget. The dog would be trained in narcotic detection and patrol operations. Shown presenting the check on Friday is first row, from left Christie Rogo, Laura Rogo and Jason Gilroy, all of Northeast Window, and Lombardo. Second row, Patrolman Dion Fernandes, Patrolman Joseph Galeski, Sgt. Neil Murphy and Patrolman Justin Tokar. Donations may be made payable to Pittston City K-9 Fund, 35 Broad St., Pittston, PA 18640.

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