Alief Super Neighborhood Meeting
Minutes for Tuesday, October 23, 2018
The regular ASNC #25 monthly meeting was held on October 23, 2018 at 6:30 PM at the Alief Community Center on Bellaire Boulevard at Kirkwood.
PROGRAM: Chairperson Barbara Quattro called the meeting to order at 6:30 PM. Rollcall of council members was done by a sign-in sheet. A quorum was met.
GUEST: Officers Tony Robertson and Tommy Harris with the Westside Command Center, Council Member Steve Le- District F and associates.
OFFICER TONY ROBERTSON presented the crime status for our community:
• Murder- There was 1 murder in the last 30 days. The location was in the 800 block of Boone. There are 3 suspects. It also involved a stolen vehicle.
• Sexual assaults – 4 with known suspects
• Robberies- 31 which is down 6%
• Aggregated Assault- 63 which is down 35%
The majority of thefts occur in apartment complexes and/or commercial parking lots.
The next PIP meeting will be on 11-16-18 @ 6:30PM Westside Station.
TREASURER’S REPORT: Dough Smith reported that we currently have $4,107.08 as our balance.
• The Alief Career Center will have tours next Tuesday @their Open House which will start at 6:30 PM. A bus will be available to pick up for the event.
• IMD meeting will be held 11-25-18 @12PM
• AARP meeting will be held 11-1-18 @11AM
• The recycle containers in Alief Community Park will not reopen due to abuse. Everyone is referred to the Westpark location.
• Volunteers will trim trees on esplanades on 12/01/18 (between Bellaire to High Star).
COUNCIL MEMBER STEVE LE – CM Le discussed several areas of interest to our community as follows:
• The process of closing down game rooms. Three Officers were arrested for gambling on these rooms.
• Numerous issues were discussed regarding Parkglen West Subdivision, i.e. speed humps, the lack of testing chromium 6 in the latest testing water and the lack of 9 ft. tall easement maintenance
• A $5,000 grant for Hope Clinic through the Department of Neighborhoods.
• Funding for a cover for the new swimming pool at the Alief Community Center.
We requested the Council Member’s assistance in making the Library on Kirkwood become a Senior Center. CM Le stated that his accomplishments included: Prostitution shut down through allocation of $205,000 in overtime to police. Street repair. Keegan’s Bayou dredging.
Meeting’s approved by: Barbara Quattro
Compiled, Written and Submitted by: Cynthia Young, Secretary