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1. The White Water Meadows Citizens Association meets every last Sunday of the month at 4:30pm at the main entrance to the community.
Next Meeting Date - To be announced
2. The Executive meets every last Saturday of the month.
3. Maintenence Dues
• Monthly payment - $200
• Quarterly payment - $500
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5. Membership Form:
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The White Water Meadows Citizens' Association (A Registered Charitable Organisation) is a volunteer-driven, non-profit organization whose mandate is to represent its members in all matters of public interests related to the preservation, protection and enhancement of the life and welfare of the community.
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The White water Citizens Association is please to inform residents that the above classes are being offered free of cost to all residents of White Water Meadows.
Monday, February 06, 2017
KINGSTON, Jamaica — In light of the recent rapes, abduction, and murders across the island, the police have issued some measures to members of the public, especially females in order to stay safe.
Superintendent Stephanie Lindsay, head of the Corporate Communications Unit in a news release today said first and foremost, people should practice the ‘buddy system’ as “this is one of the most important rules to avoid being abducted.”
If you must travel alone, follow these safety rules, outlined by the police:
1. Always inform others of your whereabouts. Inform a trusted friend, relative or colleague – give information about where you are going, who you intend to meet with and when you expect to return.
2. Keep a low profile. There are many ways to avoid highlighting your attractiveness to an abductor by downplaying on your financial status, dressing modestly, not wearing expensive jewellery and not openly carrying expensive electronics.
3. Watch your alcohol intake. The effects of alcohol can impair your judgement and make you less alert to your surroundings. Avoid accepting drinks from persons you are not familiar with.
4. If you go to a party never leave your drink unattended even in the company of persons you know and trust.
5. Carry a mobile phone. You can use it to text the licence plate information of the vehicle in which you are travelling to a trusted person. Remember to download the Ministry of National Security “Stay Alert” Application from the Google Play Store.
6. Avoid illegal ‘public’ transportation.
• Especially women travelling alone. Use an official taxi service or a reputable driver. If possible do not take a taxi with all male passengers especially in areas that you are not familiar with.
• Before entering a taxi or any other vehicle take a picture of the car to include any words or images, registration plate and send it via text or other social media to a relative or a trusted friend.
• It is best to let the driver of the taxi or car know that you are sending the information; it could serve as a deterrent. However, you could discretely take a picture of the driver and send it out as well.