Although no area is completely free of crime, the Main Line real estate area is considered a very safe place to live. Below we review the local crime report from the Lower Merion crime news feed.
If you are worried about crime in your community, you can be a part of the solution. Be an active agent for change in your own neighborhood. Keep an eye out for your neighbors. Be aware of your surroundings. Have a buddy system. Report suspicious activities to the police, your commissioners, and your local papers. If you see a crime, report it. If you are a victim of crime, report it. Those looking to invest in Philly real estate will be reassured as crime levels continue to drop.
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Community Public Safety Meeting Presentation Available Online
A copy of the PowerPoint presentation featured during Thursday eveningâ€™s Community Public Safety Presentation (November 14, 2013) is now available for downloading on the Lower Merion Township web site, www.lowermerion.org. Click here to go directly to the â€œPresentationsâ€ page for the Lower Merion Police Department. Meanwhile, the recorded… 11/15/2013 02:00 PM
For 3rd Straight Year, 2014 Proposed Budget Recommends No Increase in Real Estate Taxes
The 2014 Lower Merion Township Proposed Budget, which is posted on the Townshipâ€™s web site, recommends no increase in the Townshipâ€™s Real Estate Tax (RET) millage rate (4.19) â€“ the third year in a row of maintaining the RET rate unchanged. Better than anticipated business performance across all sectors, and the accompanying additional business tax… 11/08/2013 11:00