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PHOTO: Anker Talks Neighborhood Watch With Sound Beach Civic

Neighborhood watch discussed along with North Shore Public Library resources.

Suffolk Legis. Sarah Anker and Suffolk Police Officer Yovino spoke about the department's Neighborhood Watch Program to those in attendance at the Aug. 13 Sound Beach Civic Association’s meeting. 

Officer Yovino provided the civic association with information regarding local police issues and current updates regarding the Neighborhood Watch Community in Sound Beach.

“The community neighborhood watch organizations are a vital asset to the Suffolk County Police Department and assist in the continuation of public safety,” Anker said.

Also at the meeting, North Shore Library Director, Laura Hawry and the library Adult Program Coordinator, Salvatore Filosa provided an overview of library services and resources available to Sound Beach residents.

Civic meetings are held the second Monday of every month at the Sound Beach Fire Department.

Kathy Rousseau August 17, 2012 at 07:13 PM
It's so nice to see your Civic Association intent on educating and informing residents of issues that affect them. Keep up the great effort Sound Beach Civic!
Captain Howard Hawrey August 18, 2012 at 03:39 AM
Great work trying to establish a Neighborhood watch SBCA. It's still ashame though that it's having to be done. I grew up out here locally when most if not all neighbors looked out after one another and any problems were taken care of by the residents. What an unfortunate mess we have going on here locally. Never give up the fight for what is right.

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