The Inspectors will let us know how our different neighborhoods are similar, and how they differ. Then they’ll outline the procedures they use to handle problems and tell us why those procedures were set up. What safeguards are written into housing inspection procedures? Who do they supposed to protect? How do inspections balance the rights and needs of landlords, renters, homeowners, impacted neighbors?
If you have specific questions you want to inspectors to answer, please bring them. I’ll appreciate it if you send your questions to me in advance, to give the inspectors time to work on thoughtful answers. Or, just come in. I’m pretty sure these two people have already heard it all.
Following our speakers, Inspector Loining will update us on trends in the Second Precinct.
Courtwatch updates from Sarah Becker and Deb. Russell
You can find notes and announcement from previous 2-PAC meetings on our homepage: https://courtwatch2pac.com/
Future programs: October is Fire Safety. November: what to do before the EMTs arrive. I’ve had two suggestions for future presentations: An explanation of Chief Harteau’s new training program called “Life Matters”. The S’Trib had an article about the MPD Cold Cases: New tests and technology are making it possible to close cases that have been open for decades.