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NCPCA Meeting Roundup

We had a very productive meeting last night.

The PG Police Officer Sean Lewis made a PowerPoint presentation on the Basic Observational skills when it comes to report and describe a crime. The presentation was very engaging.

As usual, Officer Melanie Sarita reported that there has been a recent rise in car break-ins in the area. a total of 14 cars have been broken in the past few weeks in the Blackfoot – Rhode Island Ave. area.

Bob Stumpf of the City’s Public works made a presentation of his agency’s effort in the past snow season. Members generally appreciated the department’s effort given the extraordinary amount of snow they had to deal with.

Members discussed the upcoming May 8 picnic. If you want to volunteer, please contact Valerie Bleau, the picnic coordinator.

Members voted down the proposed By-Laws amendment by a wide margin (20-5). Several members participated in a very lively and spirited debate. I hope to make another post on the debate in a bit more detail in the future.

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