SCNA’s Neighborhood Concerns Committee meets this Wednesday, 7/25, at 7pm; Agenda includes Crime and Water Main Project updates
When will the City repave the streets where the water main has already been replaced?
What kind of access is needed for the City to read the new meters?
What happens when the water main is in an alley? Where will the meter be installed and will the construction crew need to get into our backyards?
If someone is on vacation, and doesn’t get the notice to move their vehicle, what will happen?
How are trees being protected from damage during construction? (A backhoe knocked off some large branches at the beginning of construction).
We need more Neighborhood Watch groups in Curtis Park and a more efficient way to communicate with each other about crime. For example, apparently 2 young guys on bicycles have been circling the neighborhood and breaking into houses. They first knock to see if anyone is home and they ask if you need some yard work done. Another suspicious guy is going door to door and claims to work for a home alarm company, but he only seems to be gathering personal information and not really selling anything. There have been 5 burglary attempts on Marshall in one week. Cars that are left open are being ransacked, etc., etc.
Please come to the meeting and help us with your ideas about what we can do to lower crime in Curtis Park. We need long-term, active participation from more neighbors. We will also have more information about the anti-crime National Night Out on August 7th. SCNA will be hosting an NNO meeting at the Sierra 2 Center. We need volunteers for this event.
If you are the victim of a crime and you think your neighbors should know about it, please email us with information after you’ve contacted the police. NCC@Sierra2.org
Thanks, hope to see you on Wednesday.
Neighborhood Concerns Committee
Sierra Curtis Neighborhood Association