SECOND QUARTERLY GLENBROOKE NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH MEETING
Of the 476 calls that went out to all resident households---35 attended todays meeting. Enough said.
At the meeting the following recent community issues were discussed:
1. Graffiti around and in Glenbrooke.
On April 3rd photos were sent. When you see graffiti, please call the graffiti hotline at 916-478-8231.
If you have a cell phone that can take a picture do so and e-mail to CSD rep firstname.lastname@example.org for graffiti in parks and on parkways or to the City rep email@example.com for graffiti on city surfaces like under bridges, walkway walls, streets signs, or sidewalks.
2. On April 19th there were 2 reports of Larceny/Theft—7600 block of Chatsworth ??? and the 9800 block of Ashby which was something taken from a home under construction. No one reported anything to their Block Captains.
3. On May 1st 5:30 pm at Acorn Park the Police were called after a resident’s daughter and 10 year old grandson witnessed a couple having sex in the park. The couple was gone by the time the Police responded. When making a call to
the police from that park use the address from one of the homes by the park. We call the park The Acorn Park—it is not listed as a park in Elk Grove.
4. On May 8th at 10:00 pm the Police were called—2 Males were fighting in front of a home next to the Acorn Park. They were gone when the Police arrived.
I had calls from residents who wanted the following topics to be brought up:
1. Dogs—Barking dogs. I pointed out to those present the section of our CCR’s that addresses this issue. Section 8.07 (a).
2. Dogs—Residents walking through the neighborhood and letting their dogs use a neighbors yard as a poop stop and the walker not picking up after their dog. Please be a good neighbor. Most of us love dogs, have dogs, but don’t need to
pick up after someone else’s dog.
There are 3 residents filling the dog-waste bags at the stations in the parks in and around Glenbrooke—I bet you didn’t know that. Well 2 of us have to apologize. We both went on vacation and forgot to tell the 3rd we were gone. The bags ran out
during our 2-week absence. So sorry, but we are all back on duty.
One last item concerning dogs—Tick season is here and they are being found in Village 4. I’m sure they are along pathways/parkways also.
Another issue brought up was the number of cars parked on the streets. Again I will refer you to your CCR’s Section 8.09 (a,b,c,d) I will be calling a meeting of the Block Captains to discuss and plan for National Night Out, which is the first Tuesday of August. I hope to see everyone then.
Mary Weatherill—Glenbrooke Watch Coordinator
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