Re: [Valley_Eye] Ingleside Police Newsletter...
- That would be Mr. Kaufman. The neighborhood he went to after being run out of here got sick of him and others and had signs put up prohibiting parking in the wee hours. Now that the City cleverly changed the rules from no parking more than 72 hours to no parking more than seven days life will be easier for folks like him in our neighborhood.I complained about the relaxed rules to Maxwell's office and predictably got blown off.I call 311 with abandoned car`reports and DPT is pretty good.Richard Hybels----- Original Message -----From: Edie EppsSent: Thursday, December 31, 2009 10:08 AMSubject: RE: [Valley_Eye] Ingleside Police Newsletter...
Yes I think the same person is back with several vehicles…we need to take the issue up with Bayview PD once again. I did mention it to an Ingleside officer that was working on it before…e
Are we having a problem with people camping out on Tunnel again?
The Rev. Fr. Michael T. Hiller
Email: priestly@batnet. com
Website: http://www.hillerle iturgia.com
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From: "Edie Epps" <aheins@sbcglobal. net>
To: <Valley_Eye@yahoogro ups.com>
Subject: [Valley_Eye] Ingleside Police Newsletter.. .
Date: Thu, 31 Dec 2009 07:33:37 -0800
Ingleside Station’s first community meeting of the year will be on Tuesday, January 19, 2009 and will be held at the Visitacion Valley Community Center, 66 Raymond Street at 7:00 p.m. The meeting last one hour and it is a great way to discuss issues affecting neighborhoods in the district.