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It is not just a CAR ALARM! May 20, 2009

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 j0439357Simply put your car keys beside your bed!. It could save your life! 

Put your car keys beside your bed at night.  If you hear a noise outside your home or someone trying to get into your house, just press the panic button on your car keys. The alarm will be set off, and the horn will continue to sound until either you turn it off, or the car battery dies.

Tell everyone you know and care about; this simple action could be useful in an emergency!

Antoher tip came from a neighborhood watch coordinator:

The next time you come home for the night and you start to put your keys away, think of your car alarm system!  It could be a “security alarm system” you probably already have, and it requires no installation.  Test it!  It will go off from most anywhere inside your house and keep honking until your battery runs down or until you reset it.  It works if you park in your driveway or garage.  If your car alarm goes off when someone is trying to break into your house, odds are the burglar/rapist “bad guy” won’t stick around, and after a few seconds, all your neighbors will be looking out their windows to see who is out there, and sure enough, the criminal won’t want that.

Remember to carry your keys while walking to your car in a parking lot.  The alarm can work the same way there!  Maybe it could save a life, or criminal act from happening!

Your car keys ( car alarm), could also be useful in any emergency, such as a heart attack, when you cannot reach a phone.  By just touching the alarm on your key set, you will alert others to your peril.

Tell your family, especially the elderly, to carry their car keys with them in case they fall outside and no one hears them calling out.  If they have their keys on them, they can activate their car alarm by pressing the panic button to let others know they need help.

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PLEASE SLOW DOWN! May 16, 2009

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Speeding through Brookside VillateToday as I was walking through our subdivision, I saw two drivers going much too fast on Meadowlake and Georgetown.  We have too many small children in our sub.  Think of them,  and what might happen if suddenly they ran into the street when one of these vehicles was passing.  Was it really that important to speed through our sub?  What if it had been your child?   

If you can get license plate numbers, and a description of the vehicle, call Police Traffic Enforcement 734-394-5400, that is what I did!

Read the May/June Edition of the Brookside Bugle Newsletter! May 10, 2009

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Click here to download the May/June 2009 Brookside Bugle!

Brookside Village Sub-Wide Sale List and Map May 14-17 May 8, 2009

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These are the homes that have registered with the Brookside Board that plan to have sales. If you’d like to be added to the list it’s not too late. Call us at 734-448-1312 or email us at brooksidesubdivision@yahoo.com! Check below for a map of the subdivision and a link to locations:

 

Click here to follow a map of the sale area.Location: LOTZ & CHERRY HILL, CANTON 

 405 Merrimac                        39783 Wales                      430 Merrimac

374 Meadowlake                 577 Meadowlake              214 Coronation Ct.

39990 Finley Dr.                  399901 Finley Dr.                40050 Finley Dr.

39883 Cheviot Rd.                  40021 Finley                       39855 Wales

39881 Fox Valley                  39793  Coronation         39615 Kirkland Dr.

776 Georgetown                    39794 Deepwood            39814 Deepwood

 

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