By Jean Falbo-Sosnovich
ANSONIA >> A recent rash of home break-ins in the city’s Hilltop section has prompted Mayor David Cassetti to team up with police to help residents form a neighborhood block watch.
Cassetti is inviting residents to an informational meeting, scheduled for 7 p.m. Sept. 1 at Hilltop Hose Company No. 5, 80 Pulaski Highway, to discuss what’s been happening in the area and how to help prevent further burglaries.
Cassetti will be joined by Police Chief Kevin Hale and Officer Rick Esposito, along with Aldermen Patrick Henri, Matthew Edo, Dave Blackwell and Frank DeLibero for the meeting intended for Hilltop residents.
“I want our residents to feel safe and to know that we are doing everything we can to resolve issues in this neighborhood and throughout Ansonia,” Cassetti said in a press release Wednesday.
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