MAY 2, 2018
MEETING
CANCELLED!
A message received from the Hudlow Principal:
El Gheko President and members,
Last night the TUSD board announced a closure to schools today for all.
Therefore, the meeting scheduled for tonight cannot take place at Hudlow.
I am sorry for this last minute notice and inconvenience.
Respectfully, Cheri LaRochelle
Principal, Hudlow Elementary School
EL GHEKO
NEIGHBORHOOD
STREET RESURFACING

At a Special Meeting of the El Gheko N.A.
City representatives briefed attendees of the plans
for the resurfacing of El Gheko Neighborhood streets.
As ALL El Gheko residents will be impacted
PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENT:
---

Resurfacing Handouts

---

Neighbors Working Together

Navigation

Forum Threads

Event Calendar


Spring
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
    1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18 19
20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27 28 29 30 31    
Legend:
Normal: 
Event: 
Today: 
No events.

Member Birthdays


Month of May

05/10 - President
05/10 - twills
05/25 - pdowner7

No Birthdays Today

Latest Articles

Login

Username
Password


Not a member yet?
Click here to register.

Forgotten your password?
Request a new one here.

Users Online

-> Guests Online: 2

-> Members Online: 0

-> Total Members: 49
-> Newest Member: calchuckmc

Member Poll

There are no polls defined.

View Thread

 Print Thread
Crimes in El Gheko Neighborhood Area
twills
I received the following message from Captain Joseph Puglia of TPD District 4. This is in regard to the crime activity in the El Gheko N.A. area.

Tom,
Thank you for reaching out to us regarding the concerns brought forward by the residents of the El Gheko Neighborhood. Sgt. Williams will be reaching out to our patrol squads to work on increasing our presence. I have also directed my staff to run the numbers so we can take a hard look at what is being reported. I will make sure we have a representative from the Division at the next meeting to not only present this information but to discuss how we can work together to enhance the quality of life for the neighborhood. Additionally, I would like to revisit the idea of getting Neighborhood Watch programs set up throughout the El Gheko area. These are a very effective way of getting information to our officers.

Joe
Captain Joseph Puglia


Like I have stated before, the officers on extra patrols in our area would be very lucky to be here when a crime is in progress. However extra patrols will hopefully discourage anyone who would consider a burglary or other crime from committing the crime.

My thanks goes out to Captain Puglia for his response to the current situation here. We have been a really safe place to live until this latest crime spree. Hopefully we can get back to this way of life really soon.

Tom Wills
President
Edited by administrator on July 06 2017
 
President
One thing that is needed are Neighborhood Watches, ACTIVE Neighborhood Watches. Currently I see several areas that have Neighborhood Watch signs, but are these areas really active? Just having Neighborhood Signs posted doesn't make for a neighborhood watching out for each other.

I am not sure what is involved with the making of an ACTIVE Neighborhood Watch, but as I understand some of what is needed is annual (?) meetings of those who live in the area.

Let's get more ACTIVE Neighborhood Watch areas in the El Gheko Neighborhood Association area!
 
http://na.elgheko.us
Jump to Forum:
Render time: 0.03 seconds
1,840,220 unique visits