Wondering if anybody else witnessed an elderly white haired man with a big gut, with a small dark haired little boy around 3 years old. The child was being abused! Some of us tried to follow them out…Continue
"AllState Roofing did a fantastic job on our roof, Jason Krenichyn is the sales guy I worked with, would hire them back in a heart beat. here is cell 585-953-5746, tell him Patricia Hagerman recommended him. they were neat, clean, didn't…"
I admire the passion you have and the energy and effort you bring to the neighborhood. I'm sure it must seem at times that you are running against the wind. Too many people sit back and wait for something to change. You aren't afraid…"
"Could try commercial products such as Critter Ridder, a harmless pepper-based granular that you spread around. Or there are specific ones for dogs and cats. Go to Lowe's. Check out the right-hand wall of aisle 23."
"Mark, I stopped on Mineola St. in front of stockade fence and looked for garden, I even asked a person walking by, he didn't know either. Didn't want to walk into anyone's yard. I will try again. Thanks!"
"hellen- i really appreciate your comment about the 'inner circle' and feeling as if one's question/concern is ignored if you're not part of the 'circle'. That 'theme' comes up quite a bit in our neighborhood…"
Welcome to Location 19. The Brooks landing area is getting to be a beautiful part of town. I'm sure you have seen a lot of change in the past four years. You are a short walk from the NSC office at 923 Genesee Street. If you have the time, you may want to look into walking PAC-TAC which operates out of the NSC office. Its a great way to help keep the neighborhood safe and to meet people.
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