24th District Court     


Community Work Program

The 24th District Court Community Work Program, founded in 1993, provides services to the communities at no cost.  Defendants sentenced into the program do not received compensation and are assessed for the cost of supervision.  For Fiscal Year 1999-2000, a total of 931 individuals have put in approximately 7,500 hours of service through this program.   If calculated under the minimum wage, this labor would have cost more than $40,000.   The following are some of the projects undertaken by the Work Program:

 

Some of the 22 Community Flower Displays Maintained by the Work Program

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         Wick Road                                Allen Park Post Office   

 

 

 

 

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Leo Paluch Senior Citizens' Complex              South Point Estates          

 

 

 

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