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“There’s a lot of good people in that neighborhood, and they matter to us,” Tucker said.
I saw Friday’s announcement as a positive step. If residents in the neighborhood are on board with it, they’ll step up as well,by reporting suspicious behavior. Something tells me they will, especially if they see that the police and housing inspectors are looking out for them.
It may not be New York City, but Lockport is looking to take a positive step in protecting — and enhancing — its quality of life.