Tonight's neighborhood watch meeting at Division Avenue High School will give residents a chance to ask questions about Nassau County's police precinct restructuring plan.
The plan, unveiled by County Executive Ed Mangano and Police Commissioner Thomas Dale on Monday, calls for four of the eight precincts to be converted into community policing centers. One of those precincts is the eighth, which is located in Levittown. The plan will not eliminate any patrol cars, but 100 desk jobs will be eliminated.
The meeting begins at 7 p.m. Nassau County Legis. Dennis Dunne, R-Levittown, will run the meeting. He told Patch on Monday that the commissioner will also be in attendance, as well as a member of Mangano's staff, to answer any questions the community may have.