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Middletown Police Citizen Advisory Board

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Topic: Middletown Police Citizen Advisory Board
Posted By: John Beagle
Subject: Middletown Police Citizen Advisory Board
Date Posted: Mar 21 2008 at 2:46pm
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Citizen Advisory Board

The mission of the Middletown Division of Police Citizen Advisory Board is to foster open communication and cooperation among the citizens of the Middletown community and the Division of Police.  Our goal is to be proactive in addressing issues and concerns citizens may have with the Division of Police.  We will work to develop honest and open dialogue between the community and the Chief of Police so that both the citizens and the police may better understand each others role in making the Middletown community a better place for all.

If you would like to send a message to the board, please click - here .

Citizen Advisory Board Roster

Anthony Marconi
Greg Schwarber
City Council
Chief of Police

Tom McIntosh
Lawrence Aldridge

Simon Brooks
Reva Owens
Second Ward
Board of Realtors

Enorris Thomas
Gene Leiter (Chair)
African-American Ministers
Middletown Area Ministers

Ed Combs
Ed Dobrozsi
Middletown BAR Association
Safety Council
Marianne Cotugno
Bill Keith
Miami University
Neighborhood Watch
Steve Dillman
Dennis Newell
Chamber of Commerce

------------- - John Beagle
Middletown USA
News of, for and by the people of Middletown, Ohio.

Posted By: John Beagle
Date Posted: Mar 21 2008 at 2:50pm
How many boards does Anthony Marconi sit on? City Councial and I know he is on the planning commission board too.

------------- - John Beagle
Middletown USA
News of, for and by the people of Middletown, Ohio.

Posted By: Bill Rogers
Date Posted: Mar 24 2008 at 9:41am
Seems that being on at least one board is a prerequisite for even thinking about joining City Council. All part of taking an active interest in the city's wellbeing.

Posted By: jag123
Date Posted: Jan 14 2010 at 4:13pm
That list is seveal years old. You need to get a new one.

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