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Crime Walk Notification and More

posted Sep 25, 2009, 12:27 PM by Ryan Anderson   [ updated Sep 25, 2009, 12:32 PM ]
Crime Walk – 09/26/2009 at 6:00pm
PBSO – Inmates are cleaning up TRNA alleys
Election – Candidates to speak at next TRNA meeting on 10/05/02009


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Hello,

Please remember that tomorrow evening, Saturday September 26th, the Tropical Ridge Neighborhood Association (TRNA) is having a crime walk.  The walk starts at 6:00pm at the First Church of the Nazarene located on the corner of 2nd Avenue North and D Street.  We’ll spend about one hour walking our neighborhood, passing out TRNA flyers, reporting suspicious activity and showing our neighbors that we care.  The PBSO has not yet confirmed any officers will be in attendance but this should be confirmed by the end of today.

While trying to coordinate an officer to walk with us tomorrow I learned, from Captain Silva, the following information: Corporal Sciarrino and Deputy Lozano utilized five inmates on September 23rd for a clean-up in the TRNA boundaries.   Trash was picked up in the alleys between 7th Avenue North and 8th Avenue North from A to F Street.  These inmates also cleaned alleyways between 2nd Ave North and 3rd Ave North from A to F Street.   Also, the alley to the rear of businesses on 7th and 8th Avenue North were cleaned up.  The trash collected consisted of mostly paper products and small debris as well as six tires.

Finally, the TRNA has had multiple requests from candidates running for Mayor and Commission seats requesting a few minutes of floor time at our next association meeting.  While the TRNA does not endorse any candidate, we have decided to allow anybody running for public office to speak at our meeting for a limited amount of floor time.  Persons of interest whom have requested an audience include mayoral candidates Loretta Sharpe and Laurence McNamara as well as the candidate for the district three commissioner seat, Wes Blackman.  Please note that no candidates have officially confirmed their attendance and this list may change without notice.

Please make sure to visit http://www.tropicalridge.org for up to date information on your neighborhood and to find out ways that you can participate in making the TRNA a place we can be proud to call home.
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