INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — The vote to see whether some of the city’s crime prevention non-profit groups would receive funding was postponed Wednesday.
The Public Safety Committee was set to decide if non-profit groups aimed at fighting violence would receive a $400,000 grant.
The vote was postponed to an undetermined date.
Dozens came out to the meeting to show their support of the funding to make Indianapolis a safer place to live.
The committee decided that they needed to add an amendment and discuss which non-profit groups would qualify to receive the funding.