Dear Community Member,
What defines a community? Is it, the residents, neighborhoods,
businesses, civic associations, local government, and police?
Each component is vital to a strong, healthy, community. When
the components work together, effective change can and will be
made. The Locust Valley Neighborhood Watch wanted to take this
opportunity to present ourselves to the citizenry of Locust Valley.
Formed six years ago, this association has grown. Many changes
have taken place and the group has evolved to become an organization
that includes residents, businesses, and other civic organizations.
Our goal for the year 2002 is to heighten public awareness of
the Locust Valley Neighborhood Watch, increase the membership
roster, finalize the incorporation process of becoming a not-for-profit
organization, and create stronger ties in our village with new
programs and activities such as
The LVNW meets monthly, on the first Monday of the month at
the Locust Valley
The LVNW meets regularly with officials from the Nassau County
THE LOCUST VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH IS AN OPEN FORUM
FOR ALL LOCUST VALLEY RESIDENTS, BUSINESSES, AND ASSOCIATIONS
TO MEET FOR THE PURPOSE OF EXCHANGING AND
The Locust Valley Neighborhood Watch membership drive for
2002 is underway.
Take the time, fill out the ONLINE MEMBERSHIP FORM, and join The Locust Valley Neighborhood Watch. Come see what a difference you can make in your community and what the LVNW has planned for 2002. If you have any questions, please contact me at (516) 676-6152. Only when we work together towards these goals can a difference be made.
Leslie Schramm Hughes,