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Bradley’s Bank residents invited for neighborhood watch meetings

Posted: Wednesday, June 12, 2019. 8:33 am CST.

By BBN Staff: The newly formed Bradley’s Bank Neighborhood Watch Group will host a community meeting on Friday, June 14, 2019, at 7 pm at the residence of Zoila Gonzalez in Santa Elena.

All residents in the area are invited to attend. 

Regional Commander for Community Policing, Cpl. Jason Jones will attend the meeting and share important tips on crime prevention.

Key points on the agenda include their upcoming movie night, clean-up campaigns and a family day scheduled to be held in partnership with Bishop Martin Neighborhood Watch.

President of the neighborhood watch, Gonzalez told BBN that the neighbors are working in partnership with the police to keep the community safe.

“ It is very important for us as neighbors to work together with the police to keep our community safe. We are extending an invitation to everyone in the Bradleys bank community to attend this very important meeting. We are planning to have a movie night, clean-up campaign to clean up our neighborhood park and a family day along with Bishop Martin neighborhood watch. We believe it is an excellent time to engage children, youths, and families for the summer vacation,” Gonzalez said.

The neighborhood watch reminds all residents to report any suspicious activities to the police.

Authorities are still seeking the person/s responsible for destroying a park chair in the Bradleys Bank Park, Santa Elena Town.

 

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