Kimble said with different things like home invasions and thefts from cars happening all over the area, they were trying to think of a way to watch out for one another.
They saw the old Neighborhood Watch signs and decided it was time to revitalize the program.
The longtime residents of the manufactured home community, located on Mercury Drive at 144th Avenue, are working alongside park management to improve the housing development and improve communications between the residents who live there.
As part of that, the association will host a meeting on organizing a Neighborhood Watch. Deputy Tim Smith of the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Department will lead the conversation set for 7 p.m. Tuesday at the River Haven clubhouse.
Kimble said they are looking for a large turnout.
Sovis has lived in the Village for more than 23 years and has seen a lot of changes.
As people have come and gone, he’s been disappointed in the lack of care some people have regarding their property. The nice yards in the community was one of the things that attracted them there in the first place, Kimble said.
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