Del Cerro Action Council – September Article in the Mission Times Courier
Summer is coming to an end, and hundreds of children are back in school throughout the Navajo Community. Just remember to be extra careful as you drive throughout our community.
Congratulations to the officers of the Police Department’s Eastern Division, and Captain Sarah Creighton. She and her officers made arrests in three separate crime investigations within 10 days during the month of August. First the Lake Murray Flasher was apprehended within 14 hours of a report being made to police. Captain Creighton served as a decoy and was accompanied by our Community Relations Officer, Ed Zwibel. They were successfully on duty at Lake Murray at 4:30 a.m. to make an arrest. This was followed a few days later by the arrests of suspects accused of posing as solicitors and were subsequently ransacking homes. Finally two suspects were arrested for breaking into cars at the Cowles Mountain Comfort Station, the Kumeyaay Dam at Mission Trails, and on streets adjacent to Golfcrest Drive.
All of this emphasizes the need for Neighborhood Watch to be formed in each of our neighborhoods. You are invited to attend a Neighborhood Watch meeting to be held at the Mission Trails Visitor Center on Thursday September 30 from 7:00 p 9:00 p.m. Please call Officer Zwibel at 858.495.7943 if you plan to attend this important meeting.
Our next Del Cerro Action Council meeting is set for Thursday, October 28, 7:00 p.m. at Temple Emanu-El. We’ll have a presentation from SDG&E regarding the new “Smart Meters” recently installed on our homes. This will be your opportunity to ask questions about how they are monitored and the impact it has on your utility bill. Jennifer Farrow with the City’s Water Department will also give a presentation on the Water Purification Demonstration project.
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