Leftover Meds?

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This Saturday (April 26th) the Nebraska MEDS project will take back unused medications at 5 pharmacies near Taylor Park. Taking back leftover medications for proper disposal is extremely important because it reduces the risk of accidental poisonings and illegal drug use, all the while protecting aquatic environments as well as our own drinking water.

This opportunity to safely dispose of leftover medications (including controlled substances such as pain killers, etc.) only occurs once or twice a year because of the special logistics required, so please take advantage!

WHEN:

  • Saturday, April 26th
  • 10:00AM – 2:00PM

WHERE:

  • Shopko Pharmacy at 66th/O
  • Four Star Drug on S. Cotner
  • Four Star Drug on N. 66th
  • Hy-Vee at 5010 O Street
  • Walgreens at 7045 O St

QUESTIONS:

  • Willa Tharnish
  • Phone: 402-480-1956
  • Email: wtharnish@lincoln.ne.gov
  • Website: http://www.npharm.org/

LPD Community Outreach

Did you know?

The Taylor Park neighborhood is part of the Lincoln Police Department’s “southeast” region. The LPD’s Southeast Team spans from South of ‘O’ Street and East of 27th Street to the city limits, a land area of approximately 30 square miles. Here is a map of the reporting districts. Taylor Park is in district 48.

You can also use this map to set up crime report emails.

LPD Captain Fehringer

There are 46 full-time employees assigned to cover the team area 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The Southeast Team Captain is Capt. Fehringer.

Learn more about the southeast team here.

Capt. Fehringer. has created a Twitter account as an additional way of providing information regarding what is occurring on the southeast team. You can follow him on Twitter @ateoh1

Chili, Chowder & Cheer

As you may have heard, our new neighbors at Whole Foods open their doors next Wednesday (12/11) at their Lyncrest & O Street location. Be prepared for additional traffic in our neighborhood as one of the more anticipated .

This Saturday morning they are holding a holiday themed meet & greet with all proceeds (cash only) benefitting the Food Bank of Lincoln. It might be a fun way to meet our new neighbors.

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NOTICES: Holiday Crime & Public Hearings

Notice of Public Hearing RE: Movie Theaters

We have been notified us of a public hearing before the Lincoln-Lancaster County Planning Commission on the following proposed text amendment to the Lincoln Municipal Code regarding movie theaters. It is scheduled for public hearing on Wednesday, December 11, 2013.

TEXT AMENDMENT NO. 13014, amending Section 27.63.630 to allow by special permit in the B‑5 zoning district theater complexes located outside a 6.5‑mile radius from the center of the intersection of 13th and O Streets to have more than six screens; and repealing Section 27.63.630 of the Lincoln Municipal Code as hitherto existing.

Please contact Brian Will at 402-441-6362 or bwill@lincoln.ne.gov if you have any questions.

Seasonal Crime Alert

The Holiday Season will soon be upon us. As we busy ourselves with preparations and shopping, others busy themselves by stealing your things. This year when you are out shopping please keep all of your purchases, electronics, wallets and purses in a locked trunk out of sight. It takes only a few seconds to break a window or open an unlocked door. About 40% of all larceny from autos and burglaries are the result of unlocked or open doors; keeping your doors locked is easy and effective.

Many items that are stolen have serial numbers. Unfortunately many victims do not keep records of their serial numbers. Serial numbers help officers connect stolen property to victims and hold criminals responsible. For tips on how to record serial numbers visit, www.lincoln.ne.gov/city/police/. First click Safety Tips, and then click on Home Inventory Tips. There is also a printable inventory worksheet.

When warming up your vehicle in the morning, please keep the door locked or stay with the vehicle. Your warm unattended vehicle makes a very inviting target for someone on a long cold walk. Most vehicles in Lincoln that are stolen are the result of cars left unlocked with the keys in the vehicle.

Be vigilant in your neighborhoods. On-line purchases that are delivered to your home are convenient for you and those who follow delivery trucks. If you are expecting a high priced item to be delivered, ask for a neighbor to watch for the package so it does not disappear. The simple acts of locking a door and watching your neighborhood can prevent crime.

Happy Holidays,

Sgt. John Walsh #1272
LPD SE Team Detective
402-441-8679