Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Christmas decoration contest winners!

Thanks everyone for doing such a great job decorating the neighborhood this year. Here are our contest winners. (Yes, there are two third place winners.)

First Place: 2207 Ridgepark:















Second: 10 Belmont:















Third: 75 Lakeshore:















Third: 32 Barbara:

Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Free home security assessments by LRPD

The Little Rock Police Department will visit your home and give you advice on improving security.

You may know Officer Michelle Hill from our meetings or from her television appearances. Contact her for an assessment at 371-4634.

December Broadmoor Meeting Agenda

Broadmoor Property Owners Association/
Broadmoor Recreational Improvement District
Board
of Directors
Thursday, December 4, 2008

I. Introductions

II. November minutes

III. Treasurer's report

IV. Pool report

V. Neighborhood Watch report
(Discussion of long-range issues reserved for item VIII.2.)

VI. Clubhouse, Park, Lake, and Dam Committee report
1. Playground equipment installation
2. Other issues

VII. Quality of Life Committee report
1. Christmas decoration contest
2. University District report
3. Other issues

VIII. 2009 Planning
1. Budget
A. General
B. Pool capital improvements
2. Building Neighborhood Watch
A. Improving communication with police
B. Developing new participants and leaders
C. Welcoming new neighbors
3. Other issues

IX. New, old, other business and announcements

X. Adjourn

Downtown Patrol Division 4th Quarter Meeting

Broadmoor is in the Northwest Patrol Division, but this meeting may be of interest to residents.

The Downtown Patrol Division 4th Quarter Meeting is Thursday, December 11, 6:30pm at the Willie Hinton Resource Center located at 3805 W. 12th Street. This meeting is for Districts 40, 41, 42, 43, 50, 51, 52, 53, and 54. Or generally, those that reside east of University Ave. and north of 39th Street to City limits.

The purpose and objective of Patrol Division Quarterly Neighborhood meetings:
Provide a forum for concerned Citizens to hear crime statistics and crime trends in their respective patrol division areas; Discussion on progress of arrests and investigations; To share success stories, accomplishments and to commend officers for outstanding performance; And, an opportunity for Citizens to express concerns.

Secure to be Sure campaign: Secure your Home, Car and the items inside to be Sure a thief will pass you by. We are promoting this campaign throughout the holiday season to stimulate awareness among Citizenry on how to secure your personal items as well as yourself from criminals. Reduce your chances of becoming a victim of burglary or auto breaking and entering. The Secure to be Sure brochures are available at any Little Rock Police Department Substation or kiosk, all Central Arkansas Library System Branches, Central Arkansas Water's main office and Neighborhood Alert Centers.