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Ok. Moving on. Unfortunately, there’s been increase in the number of minor crimes and antisocial behaviour in a general area. And I want to talk about some specific prevention measures that are being proposed.

First of all, the skate park. As you probably know, it’s well used among younger people in our community, but unfortunately we are getting more and more reports of broken glass, making it especially dangerous for younger children. One possile solution here is to get rid of some of the trees and bushes around the park, making it more visible to passers-by and vehicles. If the vanes all known that they are being watched, this might act as a deterrent.

As you would have heard, a couple of local primary schools have also been vandalized recently despite the presence of the security guards. The schools don’t have the fund for video surveillance, so we need people in the neighborhood to call their nearest police station and report any suspicious activity immediately. Please don’t hesitate to do this.

I expect most of you are familiar with the problems facing Abbotsford Street. It seems that no amount of warning signs or speed cameras will slow speeding drivers down. I’m happy to say, however, that the council had a cree to begin work over the next few months to put in a new roundabout.

What else? Oh. Yes! The newsagent and the gift shops on the Victoria street were both broken into last week, and although no money was taken, the properties have suffered from some serious damage. Access was gained to these shops through the small alleyway at the back of the property. It’s dark and as you can imagine, nobody saw the thief or thieves in action. So, we’ve been advising shop owners long there about what kind of video recording equipment they can have put in. We’ll then be able to get evidence of any criminal activity on film.

The supermarket car park is also on out list of problem areas. We’ve talked to the supermarket managers and council authorities and we advised them to get graffiti cleaned off immediately and get the smashed light replaced. If you don’t deal with this sort of thing at once, there’s a strong possibility that the activivty will increase and spread, and then it becomes….

Ok. Moving on. Unfortunately, there’s been increase in the number of minor crimes and antisocial behaviour in a general area. And I want to talk about some specific prevention measures that are being proposed.

First of all, the skate park. As you probably know, it’s well used among younger people in our community, but unfortunately we are getting more and more reports of broken glass, making it especially dangerous for younger children. One possile solution here is to get rid of some of the trees and bushes around the park, making it more visible to passers-by and vehicles. If the vanes all known that they are being watched, this might act as a deterrent.

As you would have heard, a couple of local primary schools have also been vandalized recently despite the presence of the security guards. The schools don’t have the fund for video surveillance, so we need people in the neighborhood to call their nearest police station and report any suspicious activity immediately. Please don’t hesitate to do this.

I expect most of you are familiar with the problems facing Abbotsford Street. It seems that no amount of warning signs or speed cameras will slow speeding drivers down. I’m happy to say, however, that the council had a cree to begin work over the next few months to put in a new roundabout.

What else? Oh. Yes! The newsagent and the gift shops on the Victoria street were both broken into last week, and although no money was taken, the properties have suffered from some serious damage. Access was gained to these shops through the small alleyway at the back of the property. It’s dark and as you can imagine, nobody saw the thief or thieves in action. So, we’ve been advising shop owners long there about what kind of video recording equipment they can have put in. We’ll then be able to get evidence of any criminal activity on film.

The supermarket car park is also on out list of problem areas. We’ve talked to the supermarket managers and council authorities and we advised them to get graffiti cleaned off immediately and get the smashed light replaced. If you don’t deal with this sort of thing at once, there’s a strong possibility that the activivty will increase and spread, and then it becomes….

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