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National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week

National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week

The City of Statesville is celebrating April 11-17, 2021 as National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week and taking time to recognize the men and women who respond to emergency calls, dispatch emergency professionals, and render lifesaving assistance to Statesville citizens every day. Kimberly Arbogast, Division Manager, oversees Statesville’s Communication Center and Records Division which is a part of the Police Department. The division has 2 supervisors and ten telecommunicators. Also housed in this division are the records unit and parking enforcement. In 2020, the division answered 85,551 calls, of which 9,047 were 911 calls. The types of calls range from requests for an escort or welfare check to reporting an accident or serious crime.
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Litter Sweep

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Make plans to help clean up our local parks and streets on Saturday, April 17. It's the big LITTER SWEEP event and you're invited to join in. Come to Bristol Road Community Center, Bentley Community Center, Garfield Park or Oakland Presbyterian Church at 9 a.m. We will clean up litter in the surrounding neighborhoods of the three meeting locations. Safety vests, gloves, trash bags, pickup sticks, water and snacks will be available. We'll finish up at 11 a.m. in time to participate in the Arbor Day Celebration Drive-Thru event at the Statesville Soccer Complex, where 300 tree saplings will be given away beginning at noon.
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Adopt-A-Street Dedication

Adopt-A-Street Dedication

Statesville’s first street adoption for its new Adopt-A-Street Program was announced Wednesday during the touching dedication of a portion of Raleigh Ave., adopted in memory of Carlos Livingston, who was hit and killed 15 years ago in that area. City Council Member Frederick Foster initiated the adoption. Carlos’ mother and other family and friends were present for the dedication. “This is a very fitting way to kick off the Adopt-A-Street Program and honor the memory of Carlos,” Foster continued. “My hope is that this small gesture will help us to always remember how Carlos made Statesville a more beautiful place with his smile and friendliness.” Continue reading for more information.
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