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COLUMBUS, Ind. — Residents concerned with crime in a near-downtown Columbus neighborhood told police and city officials that installing surveillance cameras in alleys and repairing broken street lights would be good first steps toward increased safety and peace of mind.
About 80 people gathered to share those ideas and others Tuesday to discuss the area of 11th and Washington streets.
The neighborhood has been a hotbed of complaints.
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