Editor James Boyle firstname.lastname@example.org
5:12 pm on Tuesday, September 13, 2011
Bill, I'd love to hear more on this. I grew up in South Philly, where neigbors looked out for one another to the point where it almost became annoying. I'd love to be able to work in conjunction with the APD and the ATJTW. You can email me at any time at supermarc (at) gmail dot com. I can't tell you how angry I get every time I see someone walk out from the park and blatantly look into every parked car along the street. Something needs to be done BEFORE something happens and not after. Thanks!
7:34 am on Thursday, August 25, 2011
Hi Marc, my name is Bill Sword and I am a volunteer with the Abington Township Joint Town Watch.
I wanted to let you know that I saw your message here about the problems on Nylsor Avenue and the Dog Park. I will be happy to relay these messages to the APD so that they can look into it.
I also wanted to know if perhaps you or your neighbors would be interested in forming a Block Watch?
I, along with a representative or two from the APD, will be presenting on the benefits of Community policing at the Willow Grove Civic Association's September Meeting (It will be at the Faith to Faith Church in Crestmont). If you’re unable to attend the meeting but are still interested in finding out more about the program I would be happy to talk to you on the phone about it or stop by and talk in person (I live on Fairview Avenue, so you’re only a stone’s throw away).
Please let me know if this is something you would be interested in discussing at greater length.
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