From the Lakeside Park newsletter
Col. Christopher J. Schutte, Chief of Police
Lakeside Park-Crestview Hills Police Department
Seconds count in an emergency. If you need assistance from emergency responders, they need to be able to quickly locate your residence. Therefore if your address numbers are not displayed or are not clearly visible, it can delay an emergency response to your home. For example, having numbers that are not easily identifiable such as very small numbers or dark numbers mounted to a dark surface, can be quite ineffective. Address numbers painted on the curb can also have inherent drawbacks, such as a vehicle, leaves, snow, or other debris obstructing the numbers.
For these reasons, it is recommended to affix the address numbers to the mailbox or the house in a conspicuous location that is highly visible from the street such as near the front door or garage door.
Additional considerations are to have dark numbers on a light colored surface or light colored numbers on a dark surface. The numbers should also be of sufficient size to be easily visible from the street.
Emergency responders are well trained and ready to assist any citizen, however, they need to be able to quickly identify your house when they respond. Highly visible address numbers can greatly aid the first responders in providing the critical, necessary and potentially lifesaving service which they are trained to deliver.
The Ben Roethlisberger Foundation will be distributing grants to K9 units of police and fire departments in the cities and surrounding communities of each regular season away game for the Steelers.
The Steelers play the Bengals Sunday, but Villa Hills already won. The mission of the Ben Roethlisberger Foundation is to support K-9 units of police and fire departments throughout the United States.
Read more about the grant here: http://www.rcnky.com/articles/2018/10/11/steelers-quarterback-picks-villa-hills-police-k9-funds
WCPO also covered news of the grant: https://www.bing.com/amp/amp.wcpo.com/2915964268/steelers-qb-ben-roethlisberger-donates-funds-to-start-k-9-unit-in-villa-hills.html
It’s possible. Not only is it possible, the capability has been out there for four years.
Bottom line – be cautious of what you plug into your computer. Don’t use someone else’s cable, don’t let someone you don’t know well “charge their phone for a minute”.
You have to be diligent and aware of what is in and on your computer.
Now it has a fancy remote control…
It’s that time of year again.
And Stefon has some ideas to make your Halloween really spooky.
Richie Castellano and company have been doing this podcast for a few years now. It’s great to see what they choose to play. They fear nothing. Here they tackle “Kiss On My List” by Hall and Oates and nail it.
Yes at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony in 2017 playing “Roundabout” with Geddy Lee from Rush on bass. Rick Wakeman completes the circle by wearing a cape like the kid in School of Rock who was channeling Wakeman from the 70s.
Do what Mr. S [Jack Black] says: “Listen to the keyboard solo on ‘Roundabout’…It will blow the classical music out your butt!!!”