Middletown’s revamped Neighborhood Watch wants to hear your concerns

Middletown’s Neighborhood Watch program, now operated by Middletown Division of Police, will hold its quarterly meetings in 2017 at Central Connections, at 3907 Central Ave. STAFF FILE

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Middletown’s Neighborhood Watch program, now operated by Middletown Division of Police, will hold its quarterly meetings in 2017 at Central Connections, at 3907 Central Ave. STAFF FILE

Middletown’s Neighborhood Watch program, now operated by Middletown Division of Police, will hold its quarterly meetings in 2017 at Central Connections, at 3907 Central Ave.

The first meeting of 2017 will be held at 7 p.m. today, March 16.

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The new Neighborhood Watch facilitator, Middletown police Detective Vince Lovejoy, will introduce himself and review information about safety and crime in Middletown neighborhoods.

All Middletown residents are welcome to attend the meetings and to bring questions and concerns.

Dates of the other 2017 meetings, all to be held at 7 p.m. at Central Connections, are: June 15, Sept. 21, and Nov. 16.

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