The Falcon Field Neighborhood Watch, Cayo's newest neighborhood watch, is having thier first meeting tonight. Together, we stand!
"Falcon Field - New Neighborhood Watch Committee forming! First mtg tonight!
The newly forming Falcon Field neighborhood watch will have its first gathering on Monday 25th Feb at 7:30 at the Bejos home (across from Latino Mix). Please repost for those living in this neighborhood (2-4 blocks in all directions around the park). All are welcome to support us. P.C. Jones will be presenting."
A group of North Baltimore communities, spearheaded by the Roland Park Civic League, wants to start a discussion with Internet providers about why options for broadband service are so limited.
Phil Spevak, civic league president, said the conversation about the lack of choice for broadband stemmed from the section of the neighborhood’s master plan about addressing outdated infrastructure. He said residents are concerned that the lack of competition is impacting prices and services.
"If you lived in Anne Arundel County you could pay about $30 less for service from Verizon, and get a better package than you would pay [Comcast] $30 more for in Baltimore," Spevak said.
Residents will meet with representatives from Comcast and Verizon at 7 p.m. on March 14, at the Roland Park Presbyterian Church, to discuss what has been dubbed the North Baltimore Broadband Initiative.
The idea to have a larger meeting about broadband service came together about three weeks ago following a meeting between representatives from Mt. Washington, Guilford, Homeland, Roland Springs and Wyndhurst about the issue.
Spevak said so far the planning for this has been directly through local communities and that they have not formally spoken with elected officials about finding a way to address the broadband situation.
The Women's Month Bike Ride was a success. The Cayo Neighborhood Watch Association along with the women's group and others held the event last weekend.
"Community Policing and CNWA teamed up with the Women's Group for a ride in Town. After that we went on an extended ride with those that wanted to join us. A group of 7 riders plus ATV with camera person."
nextdoor_hand_newsfeed_tall Think of what you're used to in a local neighborhood-watch group: Signs posted around a community with contact information, perhaps monthly meetings to discuss safety issues and concerns.
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The Bishop Martin Neighborhood Watch had a cleanup this weekend. The SISE Town Council and the Cayo Neighborhood Watch Association were there to lend a hand in cleaning up the community. Great work! Betta No Litta!
The Cayo Neighborhood Watch Association Executive Board met with the US Embassy to talk about the grant, and how well it's been used so far. They have a great mission! 'To inspire, encourage, and empower the people of Cayo to unite to become one voice; Neighbors looking out for Neighbors; deeply committed to serving our community and our beloved country: Belize.'
"CNWA Executive board had a wonderful meeting with our contacts from the US Embassy and their team from Washington. They came to see how the grant money was being handled and what it was used for. They were very impressed with CNWA and the work we do."
The Falcon Field Neighborhood Watch, one of the newer of the 20 or so neighborhood watches around Cayo, has gotten their 8 signs, and has been setting them up around the area. The neighborhood watches are working, and crime is down by 20%. Keep up the great work!
"On Monday night we were given our 8 signs which we were more than anxious to put up the following day. Mr. Bart and Cheming did all the work. Eva and I were there for the pics and emotional support. We are truly grateful to them and on behalf of the entire group I would like to extend an enormous thank you to them. Now the whole country can see that we The Falcon Field N.W. are serious and committed to keeping OUR neighbourhood SAFE."
The Civic League supports Senior Adult Services Star Community Newspapers The Civic League has offered financial support to Senior Adult Services for many years and recently presented a check to pay for gasoline in the Transportation program vans.
The new evidence room for the police was handed over by the People's Coalition of Cayo, and the Cayo Neighborhood Watch Association was there to get pictures of the event.
"CNWA was present at the PCC handing over ceremony of the new evidence room that shall provide additional space inside the main building of the Police station and also provide better evidence to court with less tampering."
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