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Forsyth Fast Facts

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Items of interest from village staff and recent board meetings

  • In the law enforcement report to trustees on Oct. 3, Macon County Sheriff’s Deputy Drake Lambdin was asked about a shoplifter recently being arrested in the Christopher Drive area. Lambdin said a female shoplifter fled on foot from Hickory Point Mall and was apprehended in the neighborhood just north of Weaver Road.
  • Resident Jack Wagner spoke at the Oct. 3 meeting to express several concerns about the area where he and his wife Diana live on James Court. He thanked trustees for adding lighting to the pavilion in the nearby pocket park and added that he’d like to see some lights put in along the pathway between his street and the Greenbrier subdivision; the pathway also needs a dog station with waste bags, he said. Wagner also said he is concerned about the lack of stop signs in his neighborhood. He told trustees that his house has been the target of pranksters knocking on their front door and then knocking over property. Wagner said that he’d like to see more police patrols on his street. “I’m really concerned about the safety of our neighborhood,” Wagner said. Lambdin told the Wagners that he would prepare a patrol memo so that other officers would be aware of the concerns.
  • The next regular meeting of the Forsyth Board of Trustees is scheduled for Monday, Oct. 17, 2016, at 6:30 p.m. in Village Hall at 301 S. Route 51 in Forsyth. Board meetings are held the first and third Mondays of the month and are open to the public.

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