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The NPNW has been around for decades, but with attendance slipping, Watch President Peggie Foote is hoping for new blood to keep the organization going.
Thursday, August 4, 2011
An open letter to the residents of North Plymouth: My name is Peggie Foote and I am the president of the North Plymouth Neighborhood Watch. This letter is to update residents on our organization, and to ask for assistance. The Watch needs new board members and new members in order to continue. The neighborhood watch began in 1992 by a grassroots network of neighbors whose purpose was (and is) to promote all that is good in North Plymouth, and to enhance community relationships among its people, business, organizations and institutions. The group works in cooperation with the Town of Plymouth, the local police, landlords, local businesses and citizens to address and resolve issues of community concern in North Plymouth. In 1999 we were the …