Wednesday, March 04, 2015

Sober Living And Crime Q&A Tonight

FACE-TO-FACE WITH CITY LEADERS
Our Costa Mesa Neighbors will host a meeting tonight that will likely have city-wide interest.  I posted about this last week... this is a reminder.

YOU’RE INVITED to a COSTA MESA Q & A!
March 4th, 6:00 pm, College Park Elementary School
Organized by your College Park Neighbors

WHAT: College Park residents invite ALL fellow Costa Mesa residents and neighbors to a Q & A session with the City of Costa Mesa.  Please join us for a discussion on important issues such as:

The increasing number of Sober Living Homes opening up in residential neighborhoods in Costa Mesa.  Find out what the new 1413 Ordinance is, and how will it be enforced.

The uptick in crime in residential neighborhoods in Costa Mesa. Let’s discuss what might be causing the recent increase in the number of break-ins, tagging, drug deals and prostitution within residential neighborhoods. Hear about CMPD’s strategies for rooting out these problems.  

DATE: MARCH 4th @ 6:00 to 7:30 pm

LOCATION
: Multi-Purpose Room (MPR) at College Park Elementary School, 2380 Notre Dame Road, Costa Mesa, 92626

CONFIRMED TO ATTEND
:

City Council

Stephen Mensinger, Mayor

Jim Righeimer, Mayor Pro Tem

Katrina Foley, Council Member


City Staff
Tom Hatch, CEO

Gary Armstrong, Development Services Director/Deputy CEO

Jerry Guarracino, Contract Assistant Director-Community Improvement Division

CMPD Chief Ronald Lowenberg

Robert Sharpnack, Acting Police Chief

William (Bill) Lobdell, Director of Communications

Elena Q. Gerli, Deputy City Attorney
 
Mike Tucker
, Community Improvement Division

PLEASE ATTEND! YOU will have the attention of the majority of the City of Costa Mesa officials.  Come ASK QUESTIONS.  INVITE your family, friends, neighbors and colleagues.

We hope to see you there! Please email Deb at collegepark@att.net as for further info.
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1 Comments:

Blogger Veronica Grimaldi said...

Wish I could be there but since my wife had her stroke, I really can't leave her alone at night. Please, please give the council hell about the state of the police department--the CMPD is doing the best they can in a tough situation, but the lack of support from the majority of the council is absolutely disgusting.

3/04/2015 03:35:00 PM  

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