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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Albany leaders are asking for your help to make the "Good Life City" a safer one.

Mayor Dorothy Hubbard and District Attorney Greg Edwards, along with other city officials are hosting the first Umbrella Neighborhood Watch meeting Saturday.

The organization is expected to bring together all neighborhood watch groups throughout Dougherty County.

Anyone interested in establishing a watch system is also encouraged to join.

 "Community wide effort to unite the community of Albany around a safe community and the community itself is looking out for itself because the police can't do it all," said Ivey Hines, Albany City Commissioner Ward 2.

The Umbrella Neighborhood Watch Organization will meet at the RiverQuarium Theatre at 10:00 AM Saturday.

 

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