More ‘eyes, ears’ needed

Over the past year, attendance at the Gloversville Neighborhood Watch meetings has increased considerably. Our main goal is to help local law enforcement target crime to make our city a safer place to live. The more involvement we have from city residents, the more successful we become. We need to stand together to ensure our city and neighborhoods become safer for our children and grandchildren.

All we ask is for the use of your “eyes” and “ears” to help make the neighborhood watch involvement grow. Please attend one of the meetings and enter your name for a door prize, which will be given monthly. Meetings are held the second Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at Gloversville City Hall Court/Council Chambers.

What better way is there to help your community?

We urge you to help take your neighborhood back and ultimately take Gloversville back. We need you.

For more information, call Richard and Shirley Sleezer at 773-7296.


Gloversville Neighborhood Watch