Mount Loretto is home to many city and state programs, including two public schools, a senior center, a universal Pre-Kindergarten program, services for developmentally disabled, a food pantry, and two gymnasiums. Over a thousand people utilize the 120-acre campus daily.
“Mount Loretto is alive and thriving,” noted BP Oddo. “They host many great events, and all who visit the campus should be confident in knowing there’s a new level of safety here.”
"This is a family campus and a hub of family entertainment,” Ignizio said. “This adds a layer of security for everyone on the campus."
The state-of-the-art camera system was installed in June.