2004-12-24 / Community

101 Precinct Community Council Celebrates Holiday Season


101 Community Council President Glenda Nesmith and Jesse Velez of RDRC enjoy good food, music and conversation at the council meeting/party.  Photo by Miriam Rosenberg101 Community Council President Glenda Nesmith and Jesse Velez of RDRC enjoy good food, music and conversation at the council meeting/party. Photo by Miriam RosenbergDuring the short meeting, Capt. Elwood Selover (the 101’s executive officer) shows off a large bag of illegal signs that officers in the precinct have taken down from street poles since the problem was brought up during the last meeting. “It’s a quality of life issue,” said Selover. “[We’ve] been tearing them down and will continue to, if more go up.”  Detective Willie Olmeda, 101 council president Glenda Nesmith and Officer George Torres look on. Photo by Miriam RosenbergDuring the short meeting, Capt. Elwood Selover (the 101’s executive officer) shows off a large bag of illegal signs that officers in the precinct have taken down from street poles since the problem was brought up during the last meeting. “It’s a quality of life issue,” said Selover. “[We’ve] been tearing them down and will continue to, if more go up.” Detective Willie Olmeda, 101 council president Glenda Nesmith and Officer George Torres look on. Photo by Miriam RosenbergOfficers from the 101 Precinct, Community Council representatives and community leaders pose for a group photo during the party. The December 15 Community Council meeting for the 101 Precinct was a combination meeting and party.Officers from the 101 Precinct, Community Council representatives and community leaders pose for a group photo during the party. The December 15 Community Council meeting for the 101 Precinct was a combination meeting and party.Council President Glenda Nesmith wishes all who attended a happy holiday. She also announced that she would be stepping down as Community Council president. At next month’s meeting the current vice president, Gian Jones, will be taking over the job. Also pictured are Detective Willie Olmeda and Officer George Torres (Community Affairs).  Photo by Miriam RosenbergCouncil President Glenda Nesmith wishes all who attended a happy holiday. She also announced that she would be stepping down as Community Council president. At next month’s meeting the current vice president, Gian Jones, will be taking over the job. Also pictured are Detective Willie Olmeda and Officer George Torres (Community Affairs). Photo by Miriam Rosenberg

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