If you have someone that you'd like to nominate to run for leadership in the Belmont Shore Residents' Assn., now would be a good time to head over to the Bayshore Library. Also, increases in burglary or property crimes in Belmont Shore will be addressed.
The annual nominating meeting will be underway at 6 p.m., and will be preceded by a presentation by Long Beach City Prosecutor Douglas Haubert.
He will share with the group the types of cases his office handles that may be of interest to a Shore resident, such as theft, vandalism. graffiti, DUI, and code enforcement.
"He will discuss some of the ways the city and bars on Second Street are working to reduce the number of inebriated patrons," the BSRA monthly newsletter states.
Those wishing to join the association for the right to vote in the election Sept. 13 can find more at the meeting.