Friday, April 22, 2011


A petition to improve safety at the Parade Grounds has brought results. Ben Waltzer, who posted the petition, reports on KWT Neighbors that
two cameras were installed atop the rest room building. They surveil the playground, central corridor of the Parade Ground, and the intersection of Parade Place and Crooke Avenue.  Iron stanchions have been removed from the concrete at that intersection, allowing patrol cars, which we've seen with increasing frequency, into the park with greater ease.  A sign "Under NYPD Surveillance" has been affixed to the side of the rest room building. 

Previous blog posts on this topic:
Promises Made for Safety at the Parade Grounds