Automobile Break-ins

From the Association Manager:

I have been informed of several car break-ins on the evening of September 8, 2014.  First, and most importantly, report any incidences to the East Lyme Police Department at 860-739-5900.

To prevent further break-ins (you don’t want to become a victim), we strongly suggest you lock your cars and homes every evening.

The East Lyme Police are aware of the situation and request your assistance by reporting anything suspicious.

 

Off-Season Emergency Contact List

DialingThe Association Manager is compiling a list of telephone numbers so that he will be able to notify owners of emergencies that happen to their properties in the off season. For example, water main breaks affected some homes, but he did not have any way to contact the property owners. If you would like to add your name to the emergency contact list, please email your name, Black Point address, and a telephone number where you can be reached over the winter months to the Secretary at bpbcsec@gmail.com.

News from the Association Manager

December 2013

On December 2, 2013, I attended the Inauguration Ceremony for the swearing in of First Selectman Paul Formica and 31 other elected officials. I accompanied Mary Cahill who received the Distinguished Service Award for her service to the Town and Beaches. It was a very nice affair and very special to have one of our own receive this award.

Best wishes to everyone for a wonderful holiday season!

Regards,

Tom Sheehan

Crab Apples by John Campion.

Crab Apples by John Campion

News from the Association Manager

November 2013

On Tuesday, October 18, 2013, the East Lyme Police Department arrested an individual on Back Point property who does have a criminal history of burglary.
The arrest was the result of an Association member observing suspicious activity and calling the police department. The person arrested spent the night in the Montville jail and will most likely not return to Black Point.

If you want to walk on our beaches, do so before this weekend as the sand harvesting is scheduled for the week of November 11th. Hopefully, the “Nor’easters” will leave us alone this winter!

I wish all of you an enjoyable, healthy, safe winter, and look forward to everyone returning in the spring. Now it’s time for me to start preparing and planning for the spring and summer of 2014.

Congratulations to the Red Sox Nation! Got to Love Them!!

Regards,
Tom Sheehan
Association Manager