Friday, March 27, 2015

Play Cybercop With New Online Tool


New $20,000 system from Coplogic allows Greece residents to report crimes online

"It's just the trend."  ~~Deputy Chief, Richard Downs, Greece Police Dept.

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14 comments:

Anonymous said...

I heard that this didn't cost the taxpayers anything. If that's true, then great. I believe people in our deaf community will benefit from this.

Anonymous said...

So now we do not have to wait for an officer. It would be great if people do follow through the Police Department might be able to see targeted areas for burglaries, and car break ins They might even alert Neighborhood Watch Groups
Speaking of Neighborhood Watch. A local church just yyqhosted a Neighborhood Watch Information meeting
Where was councilman Andrew Conlon, who just wrote an article in the Talk of the Town? Where was any elected official?
To quote Andrew " As supervisor Relich continues to make the safety of our residents his top priority, the best way to keep you and your family safe is by working with neighbors to create a Neighborhood Watch Group"

SCATS said...

To 4:03PM ~~ Ever notice that Greece is getting so many new things, all at no expense to Greece taxpayers? If you believe we don't pay, maybe you'd like to purchase a nice property down in lorida ...?

Anonymous said...

First I've heard of it. Someone paid for it and I would think it is us the taxpayers. Also I thought we had some say in the waterpark being built at the town hall but in the Greece magazine Uncle Bill said it will be completed by June. I personally don't see why taxpayers should have to foot the bill for that.

SCATS said...

To 11:58AM ~~ Unless you actually have a money tree that sprouts $100 bills growing in your backyard, of course taxpayers pay for it ... one way or another! Even things purchased through grant money have upkeep/updating/maintenance costs that aren't part of the gift! Then there's wages for training those who utilize, implement, etc. There's still no "free lunch" except at Greece Central! ;)

SCATS said...

BTW, WHO determined that the Town of Greece needed a water spray park? Was any study done? Was a survey taken? All we heard was it would be built ... Voila!

Anonymous said...

Like I said, I *if* tax payers $ wasn't used, then great. It is beneficial to those of us who are hearing impaired.

Anonymous said...

The spray park (boy I am getting tired of saying this over and over) was paid for out of the recreation trust fund. The money can only be spent on improving parks or recreation. This is the same fund that will pay for the new lodge at Braddock bay park. This money was placed in the trust fund from developers. Every house or apartment build contributes $1,250.00 toward the fund. Its intent is to make things better for the residents. This fund and a grant for the NYS Senate (which if not taken would of be spent elsewhere in the state, that is how it works) these pots of money paid for
1. The new bus, 2. the new pavillion, 3. the spray park, 4. the pickleball courts, the new lodge at Braddocks bay. So maybe you don't use the spray park. You might use the pickle ball courts or enjoy the concerts at the new pavillion this summer. Or you can be a curmudgeon and sit home all day.

Anonymous said...

Many, many people can't wait for the splash park. On Art Daughten's facebook page about Greece many commented that they can not wait. Mom's and Grandma's!

SCATS said...

To 10:31PM ~~ Just what we need. A spray park used by Greece's grannies.

SCATS said...

To 10:29PM ~~ Still doesn't show that we "NEED" a spray park ;)

I'm sure there are taxpayer costs ... like for the water!

Anonymous said...

Scats, I realize that it's a rarity that you post anything positive but why not post this article that is positive. Titled " Five (GREAT) things to know about some "kids" from Greece, NY . From the D&C

http://www.democratandchronicle.com/story/lifestyle/her/blogs/community/2015/03/29/five-great-things-to-know-about-some-kids-from-greece-ny/70625600/?fb_ref=Default

Anonymous said...

Doesn't $1,250 become part of cost of house... then part of assessment... on which taxses are paid... for ever and ever!

SCATS said...

To 4:11PM ~~ Such a nice touchy-feely column. We do NOT promote any non-profit, never will. Buyer beware when dealing with them. We believe true acts of "charity" are when the donor/giver seeks out those he/she feels specifically inclined to give to. In other words, don't give to those who solicit you. Do your homework first, then give to those you think deserve your help.

To 8:40PM ~~ You've just "Discovered the promise!"