Melrose Police Chief Michael Lyle and members of the Board of Aldermen will host the second of a series of neighborhood public safety meetings at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 9 at the Roosevelt Elementary School, according to a city press statement.
The purpose of the session is to share information about police initiatives and hear from residents about issues that affect them, according to the statement. The first neighborhood public safety meeting was held on Sept. 27 at the Herbert Clark Hoover Elementary School.
Ward 1 Alderman John Tramontozzi, Ward 2 Alderwoman Monica Medeiros and Mayor Rob Dolan will co-host the meeting, according to the statement.
Lieutenant Mark DeCroteau, the head of the Patrol Division, will be present, as will Traffic Sgt. Jon Goc, Detective Sgt. Paul McNamara and other Police Department personnel, according to the statement.
Two additional meetings have been tentatively scheduled for.
- Tuesday, Oct. 23 at the Lincoln School
- Thursday, Nov. 15 in the