Entryway Rehab

Steve Smith the painter.
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Well Poop!

Individual who lets his dog poop in Matthew Meadow Park and refuses to clean it up. I think we found our culprit. His dogs are nice.

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Henryk Sloma and Tom Okeefe restoring the Entryway Wall.

Sign Rehab 1

Steve Smith the painter.

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Tom Baca and Henryk Sloma.
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Mail Box Thefts

This is a continuing problem throughout the city. I have installed a wireless system in my mailbox that alerts me when the mailbox is opened. I receive the notification on my phone and watch. I also get an email. These devices can be found on Amazon.com. They won’t stop thefts, but will tell you when your mail arrives so you can go out and get it.

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Great Job!

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Entryways

The entryway signs to our neighborhood needed refurbishment. Each will be repaired, painted and stucco repaired as needed. The wood on the West Entry was in bad shape so much of it has been sealed and covered with a protective layer. Thanks to Henryk Sloma, Tom Okeefe, Steve Smith and Tom Baca.

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MMNA Neighborhood Meeting – Review

APD Presentation:

  1.  Report any Crimes – This will help APD Address issues
    1. Non-emergency (suspicious activity) – 242-COPS
    2. Emergency (Crime in Action or occurred) – 911
    3. Prevention:
      1. Neighborhood Watch Programs

                             i.      Block by Block

                             ii.      Know your neighbors

                            iii.      Contact Yvette Garcia at 761-8800

                           

  • Make sure you home is well lit and looks secure by doing a walk around

                            i.      Yvette Garcia with APD will come and do one with you if you call 7618800

  1. Make sure you keep serial numbers and pictures of all valuables

 

Neighborhood Response:

  1.  A committee was put together to review the following
    1. Adding security cameras to neighborhood
    2. Adding surveillance or other signs to the neighborhood
    3. Adding Chief’s Overtime – APD officer monitors neighborhood for fee

 

Neighborhood Crime Data:

  1.  Can visit APD crime information at http://crimeview.cabq.gov/
  2. Below is the data pulled from  Crime View over the past 18 months. 

Date Range

Incident

Number of Incidents

9/1/2012 – 2/6/2-13

Burglary

6

 

Larceny

3

 

Vandalsim

1

3/1/2012-9/29/2012

Burglary

2

 

Car Theft

2

 

Theft From Building

1

9/1/2011-2/28/2012

Burglary

4

 

Larceny

1

 

Vandalsim

1

 

Drug Violation

1

 

Forgery

1

 

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