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PLEASE SLOW DOWN! March 24, 2016

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OUR SUBDIVISION’S SPEED LIMIT IS 25 MPH.
Most recently, a resident along Scottsdale witnessed a driver that had to slam on the brakes in front of a bus stop because they were going way too fast and not paying attention. Rightfully so, that resident called the Canton Police to complain. There is NO excuse for speeding. PLEASE, PLEASE, EVERYONE, SLOW DOWN! We can ALL do our part to keep our neighborhood a safe place to live!
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THE SPEED LIMIT IN OUR SUBDIVISION IS 25 MPH. November 18, 2015

Posted by graphicsgirl in Announcements, Be a Good Neighbor, Neighborhood Watch.
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Another friendly reminder:
THE SPEED LIMIT IN OUR SUBDIVISION IS 25 MPH.
Most recently, residents along Finley have mentioned that drivers are going TOO FAST. There is NO excuse for speeding. Before these residents start calling the Canton Police (734-394-5400), which is within their rights, PLEASE, EVERYONE, SLOW DOWN! We can ALL do our part to keep our neighborhood a safe place to live! Thank you.

ALERT: HOUSES AND CARS EGGED September 3, 2014

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Over the past week, several streets in our subdivision have had either houses or cars egged. On Meadowlake Rd, at least one house was egged. The night of August 27, cars were egged on Fox Valley Dr, and on Sept. 1, at least one house was egged on Coronation Rd. Please be advised: a police report was filed after the incident on Coronation Rd. If you have any information that might help the Canton Police Dept. in their investigation, please call 734-394-5400.

STAY SAFE! August 9, 2011

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In an effort to help Brookside Village residents stay safe, the board would like you to be aware of some recent incidents in the subdivision.

We’ve had more incidents of vehicle break-ins. PLEASE remember to remove/hide valuables and always lock your car doors. Remind your neighbors to do the same. There has also been a report of a stranger approaching residents late in the evening posing as a book salesman. Please do not engage this individual, and be aware of your surroundings as you walk to and from your car or house.

Make sure that your shed is secured with a padlock and that all entryways to the garage are closed and locked at night and while you’re away from your house.

The parks are available—for Brookside Village residents only—from dawn to dusk. Canton Police have been monitoring our parks. Neighbors are encouraged to report all suspicious activity to the police. If you have any concerns regarding park use, please call the Brookside Village Homes Association (BVHA) at 734-448-1312.

The BVHA is not a law enforcement agency. If you have been the victim of a theft, or have witnessed suspicious activity in our neighborhood, you need to contact the Canton Police Department at 734-394-5400 or via e-mail at tipline@canton-mi.org. We encourage you to post a brief description of incidents on our Facebook page as a way of alerting other residents.

Be aware and safe everyone!

DOGWALKERS IN THE NORTH PARK: BEWARE November 15, 2010

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There may be an individual living in Brookside Village subdivision who is placing poison meat inside leaves they have put into the North Park.  This person reportedly blows their leaves into the park and then hides poison meat in the leaves. One dog who ate the meat fell ill and had to be taken to the vet. This person may also be harassing dog walkers exercising their dogs in the North Park.

Dog walkers, please watch your pets carefully, and do not let them ingest anything they find in the park. Please report any harassment to the Canton Police, and advise your neighbors to do the same.

Let’s work together to keep Brookside Village subdivision a safe and pleasant place to live!

ATTENTION SMALL PET OWNERS September 11, 2010

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YOUR CRITTERS MAY BE IN DANGER!

We know you’ve probably read in local newspapers that coyotes have been spotted in some suburbs. Unfortunately, we now have to include Brookside Village subdivision! We have seen the hawks all summer, and now sightings have been made in August of coyotes in and around our park areas. Take care not to let your small animals roam alone without protection.