February 2019 SACL General Meeting Minutes & Recap

The Suburban Acres Civic League had a excellent, informative general meeting on February 11, 2019 at Suburban Park Elementary School.  The Guest Speaker was Norfolk Police Chief, Larry Boone.  Discussion with Chief Boone was lively and insightful.  City Council member Courtney Doyle was in attendance as well.  Janette Woodruff, SACL Vice President, also gave an update on happenings with the Wards Corner Business Association, which is working to generate continued momentum in our community for Wards Corner.

Thank you to Dave Moeller for providing the tasty food for the meeting!  The SACL is always looking for volunteers to provide food for the meetings and reimburses those who sign up to volunteer to organize food for the meeting up to $40.

Formal minutes of the February 2019 general meeting are posted and can be found by going clicking here to go to the Meeting Minutes area of the SACL website.  The minutes contain more detail on what was discussed so make sure to check them out, particularly if you are a member.  Members vote to approve the minutes of prior meetings at each SACL general meeting.

Please also check out the SACL facebook page for more photos from the meeting!





REMINDER: Suburban Acres Civic League Meeting, Monday, February 11, 2019

Suburban Acres Civic League Meeting, Monday, February 11, 2019

Speaker:  Norfolk Chief of Police, Larry Boone (bring your questions for the City’s top law enforcement officer).

You can also submit questions for Chief Boone by clicking here and we will compile the answers.

More information on the Norfolk Police Department can be found here:


When:  6:30 pm.  Doors open at 6:00 pm for refreshments and socializing.

Where:  Suburban Park Elementary School, 310 Thole Street

Please come and join your neighbors to learn what’s going on around our neighborhood.  And . . . a chance to win a free door prize gift certificate.  Hope to see you!


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Crime Prevention Tips from NPD

crimeprevAlways pertinent during the holidays, as there are those who would take advantage of, or even harm us while most of us are in the “giving spirit” and have our guard down.

Click HERE to go to our Crime Prevention page for tips on burglary prevention while you are on vacation, and general holiday safety tips.

Thanks to the Norfolk Police Department’s Crime Prevention Unit for these tips.