NEIGHBORHOOD BLOCK WATCH MEETING

Started by George Langford on Sunday, February 03 2019, 12:43 pm ·

Our next meeting will be on Thursday February 07, 2019 at 07:00pm at our city Hall located at 4327 Wingate Road.

Our speaker will be our new Chief of Police Mike Koenig who will give a talk about the changes He has made to the department.

Our new coordinator, who I was going to introduce, will not be able to attend. I will host the meeting.

George Langford

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Replied by George Langford on Friday, February 08 2019, 12:50 pm

We had our Neighborhood Block Watch Meeting on Thursday February 07, 2019 at our City Hall with five of our Captains and one resident attending.

Our new co-ordinator Ed Purcell could not make the meeting as well as four Captains who texted and said they could not make the meeting. At this time last year we had five Captains attend our meeting.

Below is the report given by Chief Mike Koenig

Chief Koenig asked if you have a problem to please notify hin as well as LMPD. Mayor Fischer was on TV discussing possible city cuts, in cluding Police and Fire. Chief Koenig also has created Forty nine new forms for the Police Department. Chief Koenig gave a report on the number of runs made into our city by LMPD. Chief Koenig said that he was able to obtain over $10,000 in donated equipment to our Police Department, and that he is working on our city getting Fourteen hours of Police Coverage without it costing our city any more money.

Next meeting is June 06, 2019.

George Langford

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