The following summary is based on a written report presented Oct. 11 to the Cold Spring Village Board by Officer-in-Charge George Kane.

  • There were 69 calls for service, including two complaints of disorderly conduct, a noise complaint, seven property found, a suspicious vehicle, one criminal mischief, two disabled vehicles. three fires, four officer needs assistance, five property damage, a reckless driving and two trespass.
  • Officers issued 149 parking tickets. Thirty-eight traffic tickets were also issued, including 16 for speeding and 12 for disobeying signals.
  • The department continued its increased presence at student pickup and drop off areas and crosswalks near Haldane School.
  • Drivers are urged to be especially alert regarding the increased presence of deer along Route 9D, especially at dawn and dusk.
  • Business owners and their employees are asked not to park on Main Street.
  • Residents of Lower Main Street are reminded to obtain or update their resident parking permits to avoid being ticketed.
  • The department is awaiting delivery of a new police vehicle purchased at state bid.

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