Archive for the ‘Neighbor Hood Watch’ Category


April 3, 2015

Received from Chief Tisone, Liberty Police. PLEASE READ and pass along to all our residents, specially our senior citizens who may not have access to email or sometimes even the paper. Many due to finances have to cancel the paper so they are not aware of many things that happen in our community. Please take these messages seriously. Pass the word!
The department has received two reports of senior citizens being approached at Giant Eagle and at the PMC Bank at 304 & Belmont Ave. The suspects are two male blacks pretending to inherit money and needing the senior citizen to go to their bank and take out money. Supposedly once the senior citizen gives them the “earnest” money, they can split the inheritance. Please caution seniors in your family to walk away and immediately contact the Liberty Police Dept. at (330)759-1511 or (330)675-2730. Also, any description of persons or vehicles should be noted.

PVI is Getting Our Meetings in new Beginning

February 28, 2015

MVC-002FMVC-003FMVC-009FOn March 7, 2015 PVI we be holding their first meeting since the cold weather hopeful behind us. We meet at the Liberty Library meeting room just before you walk into the main lobby. Vintage Village has had very hard winter, trying to keep our homes warm and free from freezing our water lines. Think of the summer maybe we will have a bigger party.MVC-005F

February is the New Beginning

January 31, 2015

We will be starting very soon, we are working on our meeting site. We do have a lot of new people in here, and we will be sending out information to everyone we are starting up again. I know we are getting tired of the bad weather, we only have to get through February, then it’s all down hill. See you all soon!

July Meeting

July 11, 2014


There was a news clip about a deer that went crazy it died of Rabies, so keep your eyes open any more wild animals for rabies.

Our Meeting with Jake

April 9, 2014

Elsa, Mary Sue and Jim had a meeting with Jake! He talked about all the changes he has made here in the community. The removing of all 48 homes that were bad, full of bugs and more bugs.The front entrance has change as we all see now. When the dirt dries out they will level and seed. They have brought in 3 new homes two on Lynn and one on Craig. New water meters have been installed! He plans of putting in two playgrounds and fix the basketball court. He plans to change the mail room and remove the walls and electric there, it is costing him $50.00 per month.

Our concerns were many starting with the fees,that have been imposed on us. The cost of reading the meters that haven’t been read since last year he said no. The pet fee was still an issue he said no. We also talked about the use of the old office for our purpose of meetings and other social gatherings he said no. He plans on fixing this up and sale. The homes that were sold by the past manager to up hold on her promises of fixing the problems. Many issues have been fixed. We tried to get a Grandfather clause for having our pets he said no. The damage to property when service was done to others ground damage to be fixed, he will look into this.

I brought up a House bill 422 that will be brought up real soon for a vote in Columbus to make it a law. That what ever they charge for utility’s is the same charge we get, as in the water bill for us. Electric, and gas for other communities. I have been asked by a Tim Johnson for Senator Mike Foley to help and give support and to send our concerns. I did ask for them to add a RENT CONTROL to that bill. Jake that won’t pass. I just smiled I know that there is 2.6 million people living in Manufactured home community’s. I will keep you all informed as it comes down for a vote. It is very important that we all stick together and support the PVI.

Jake had mention of having problems with homes being broken into, if caught he will send them to jail. He also ask us to get the neighborhood watch going again. He said the police will be advised to do what they can do.


January 25, 2014

Yes it looks like we are in a war zone! For all who don’t know what’s happening they are destroying 45 homes. If you would like to know which ones will go I have a copy of the homes they are crushing.This weather doesn’t help. We have lost our hot water, we had to replace our hot water tank, in the process I think the insulation was damaged, and we never about it till now. We need to get under and replace the insulation as soon as we can weather it.

The officers met with Jake Wilhite because we were going to put our money in escrow. After talking to him we decided wait and see the improvements. So far crushing the homes don’t make it. He did ask if we can start up our neighborhood watch. I said; we would we will need to charge up our walkie talkies.

Meeting for December 2013

November 14, 2013

Yes we will have a meeting at the Library on December 7th at 3:00 pm. As we go into the winter please remember to check your heat tape is plugged in.

Yada Yada 9/25/2013

September 25, 2013

Liberty Historical Society meeting Wedn. Oct. 2, at 10 am. (Different date)
Legacy Dinner honoring Carol Faustino, Oct. 3, 1 pm Boardman
Liberty Block Watch Oct. 5, 12:30 PM at Wendy’s
Liberty Trustees Meeting, Oct. 15, 1 PM
Liberty Schools Fiscal Commission Oct. LHS 11:00 AM
Friends of Liberty Library Meeting TBA.
LBA Glue Meeting, Minuteman Press at 6 PM Oct. 4
LBA Mailing Meeting Oct. 6.
Liberty Business Association regular meeting Nov. 14, 2013, Community Room,
Liberty Library, 6:00 PM
Board of Education meeting Monday, Oct. 21, at 5:30 PM
LHS Monthly Social Dinner TBA
10/5 Library Bookmobile, 1– 3 PM. All for the kids. Including Touch A Truck!
10/19 Fall Harvest Festival, Satr. Oct. 19, 9 AM-2 PM , WS. Guy Middle School, The Commons.
LSPTA Meeting. Oct. 14,
11/5 Election Day for Liberty Trustees, BOE and Levy. See below.
Fall Harvest Festival Satr. Oct. 19 at the Guy School. Sponsored by Liberty Relay For Life: Come join us for a fun family day at the school! Activities include a fire truck demonstration, Halloween costume parade (11:30 am) & trick or treat (12:15-1:15).
SHOP LIBERTY Look for the large signs that will be appearing in the windows of those merchants that will be participating. The Liberty Business Association has been working very hard to bring a Special Holiday Shopping experience to our township.
Shop Local—Shop Liberty!
More events
Thursday, September 26, Liberty Library Community Room. 10 – noon – The Friends of Liberty Library be making WangDoodles in the Community Room at the Library to sell during our Giant Book Sale (see below). If you can string beads and tie knots, you can make a WangDoodle. If you would like great company, to make friends and have a little fun, drop by and help us make some of these.
Monday, September 30, 1-3 pm – the same group will be making bookmarks using paint chips (the kind from paint stores). It’s new design we haven’t made before, and they are very attractive. We want to sell these bookmarks at the Giant Book Sale, too. Drop by and help. You are always welcome.
Saturday, October 5 BIG DAY AT OUR LIBRARY
10 am – 4 pm – The Friends book shelves and cabinets are full, so they are having an all-day book sale. There will be hardback and paperback books, VHS tapes, CDs, DVDs, and periodicals – many more than usual and all at our usual bargain basement prices.
1-3 pm – The library is having a Touch a Truck event to celebrate the Bookmobile’s 75th anniversary. Friends will be serving popcorn and apple cider at this event.
Please tell your friends and family about both events!
Liberty Police Department Report July & August. LPD ever vigilant.
100 persons arrested 2203 Calls for service 126 Citations issued
219 Reports 61 Towed vehicles
Chief Tisone also gave us a number of situations to watch out for

Seniors Safety

September 11, 2013

Message 9/11/13 from Chief Tisone. Please pass the word and heed the contents.

Make residents aware that a white male was arrested for burglarizing homes by the name of James Larosa. He would ride around the neighborhoods in the areas of Colonial, Mansell, Hadley, Euclid ect. on a bicycle and ask to do yard work. While working at some of the residences, he would go inside the home and remove items. Advise your readers especially the senior citizens not to allow anyone to solicit them for work at their homes. These people prey on the elderly.

Thanks Chief. Please keep us up to date for our safety

Yada Yada #67

September 4, 2013

YADA YADA #67 9/4/13 Calendar
9/5 Liberty Historical Society meeting Sept. 5, at 10 am.
9/6 Friday Sept 6, Leopards Vs Niles Dragons, 7 PM First Home game
9/7 Liberty Block Watch Sept. 7, 12:30 PM at Wendy’s
9/9 Liberty Trustees Meeting 1 PM
9/10 Liberty Schools Fiscal Commission Sept 10, LHS 11:00 AM
9/10 Friends of Liberty Library Meeting Tuesday, Sept 10, 7-8 PM at the Library.
9/12 Flu Shot Clinic, Sept. 12, 11 AM to 2 PM, Township Room, see below
9/12 Liberty Business Association regular meeting Sept. 12, 2013, Community
Room, Liberty Library @ 6:00 PM
9/13 Friday, Sept. 13, “Fall Fashion Show” at the ENCORE SHOP, Logan and Rte 304 6:00
PM. see separate YADA for details.
9/14 Joe the Coupon Guy, Liberty Library, 11 AM. Learn to save money.
9/17 Church Hill UMW Autumn Tea, Tuesday, Sept. 17, 6 PM, See below
9/18 LEGO Club, Liberty Library, 5-7 PM. Drop In and Enjoy.
9/23 Board of Education meeting Monday, Sept. 23, at 5:30 PM
9/26 LHS Monthly Social Dinner Thurs, Sept. 26, at Goodies New Restaurant located at the
old Metroplex.
9/28 Meet the Authors, Motley and Mason at the Liberty Library, 11 AM
10/5 Library Bookmobile, 1– 3 PM. All for the kids. Including Touch A Truck!
10/19 Fall Harvest Festival, Satr. Oct. 19, 9 AM-2 PM , WS. Guy Middle School, The
LSPTA Meeting. TBA
11/5 Election Day for Liberty Trustees, BOE and Levy. See next YADA.

Liberty Township/Rite Aid to Host Onsite Flu Shot Clinic
When: Thursday, September 12, 2013, Where: Township Adm. Time: 11:00 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Part B Medicare, Standard Medicaid and most insurance taken. Those without insurance – out of pocket cost $29.99. Any questions, call 330-759-1315 ext 106.
Fall Harvest Festival Satr. Oct. 19 at the Guy School. Sponsored by Liberty Relay For Life: Come join us for a fun family day at the school! Activities include a fire truck demonstration, Halloween costume parade (11:30 am) & trick or treat (12:15-1:15).
Church Hill UMW Autumn Tea, 9/17 at CHUM Church. Featuring Tia Ciferno, Exe. Dir. Bella Women’s Center, Tickets $5, For info call Gretchen at 330-539-6260.

SHOP LIBERTY Details coming soon.