Latest in a series of posts about Neighborhoods and block watches
Last night organizers Katie Reagan and Councilwoman Grace Crampsie Smith — doing the Lord’s work — met with Bethlehem officer Buskirk and Moravian Chief of Police Blake and a group of ten residents at the Moravian Block Watch.
Chief Blake reported to the residents positive developments in regard to tailgating, parking, and the general behavior of the current Moravian student body.
More good news: Councilwoman Crampsie Smith read a detailed letter from Bethlehem head of Public Works Mike Alkhal addressing questions the block watch had about traffic in the Main St. area.
The Moravian block watch usually meets the first Wednesday of the month at 6PM in the HUB Building, Moravian College.
Contact Councilwoman Crampsie Smith at Crampsie150@gmail.com
Gadfly would love to hear about other block watches across the City.
On October 2 Councilpersons Reynolds and Crampsie Smith — doing the Lord’s work — met with Bethlehem officer Buskirk and Moravian Chief of Police Blake and a dozen residents at the Moravian Block Watch.
Grace ran off to the Rosemont Block Watch before Gadfly could get a picture.
Grace and Katie Reagan coordinate this Moravian Block Watch, which will meet first Wednesdays of the month in the UBC room of the HUB on Moravian campus.
Gadfly would love to hear from other block watches and receive and distribute reports of what’s going on.