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The Orchards @ Anderson Heights Homeowners' Blog

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Security Patrols For Halloween Weekend

The Orchards Board of Directors has approved security patrols for Halloween weekend and on Halloween. The security patrols will be monitoring the community for unusual behavior and any kind of malicious activities.  Security could include marked or unmarked patrols, in a vehicle and on foot, and random times over the entire holiday weekend.

Should you see anything unusual or suspicious, please call the appropriate authorities (non-emergency vs. 911 – use your discretion!).

Chris
Secretary – BoD

 

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