Oakwatch: The Oakland Code Enforcement Project Meeting Agenda August 18th, 2013
Mission: Oakwatch: The Oakland Code Enforcement Project seeks to improve the quality of life for residents, employees and visitors by enforcing codes on negligent property owners, housing violations, parking violations, disruptive behavior, excessive noise and underage drinking in the Oakland neighborhood. I. II.
Introductions; Brief new members (Geof Becker, 5 minutes) Oakwatch Citizen Observers How new patrol group will work and coordinate public safety efforts with police and residents; questions and input (Hanson Kappelman 15 minutes) Oakland Property Progress Report (BBI, 15 minutes) Fines and Liens How courts and city manage fines after bankruptcy is declared (Blair Kossis, 10 minutes) Update on TV/electronics in trash (City of Pgh, University of Pittsburgh, 10 minutes) University of Pittsburgh Police Oakland crime update / Incident breakdown, Q&A. (Officer Cetra, 10 minutes) Pittsburgh Police Oakland crime update / Incident breakdown / Parking update, Q&A (Zone 4 Representative, 10 minutes) Community Announcements & Events ( 5 minutes) Rebekkah Ranallo: Keep It Clean Oakland Dumpster Project and Good Neighbor Campaign details. South Oakland Community Day: September 7th at Frazier Field, 12pm‐6pm o Spaghetti Dinner – Friday 8/23 at Parkview Manor on 3250 Parkview Ave, 4pm‐8pm Free homebuyer workshop: Saturday, Sept. 21st at Oakland Career Center, 294 Semple Street, 8:30am‐4:30pm. Lunch provided. Oakland Town Hall meeting hosted by Coalition of Oakland Residents (COR) on Thursday, Oct. 17th in Alumni Hall, 6‐8pm. Other community announcements? Next meeting‐ September 18th, 12:00pm, Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh, 234 McKee Place, Pgh, PA 15213. Meeting Adjournment
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