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Posted by UHA Association on Saturday, February 4, 2012, In : Crime 

A number of Water Utility Authority customers have received letters from a company called “Homeserve” in which they were  asked to send payment to a PO Box in Santa Fe for supplemental insurance coverage of their in-ground water lines.  A copy of the letter is attached.

The Water Authority is in no way associated with the Homeserve company and has recommended that anyone with doubts about their level of insurance coverage contact their own insurance company before purchasing supplemental...

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Albuquerque Police Department targeting home break-ins in University Heights and Surrounding Neighborhoods

Posted by UHANM on Monday, January 11, 2010, In : Crime 
The Albuquerque Police Department contacted the UHA board recently to let us know that in response to reports of home burglaries and break-ins in Southeast Albuquerque, they will be conducting operations in the University Heights and other nearby neighborhoods to specifically target these crimes.

But in order for APD to be effective, they need your help. These burglaries have been occurring within a very short time frame - generally within 30 minutes to one hour of the homeowner leaving their...
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Posted by UHA on Monday, November 9, 2009, In : Crime 
The UHA was featured in a recent story about vehicle break-ins on KOAT TV, so we wanted to provide some additional information. The UHA board takes crime issues in the neighborhood very seriously, and endeavors to work with APD as much as possible to ensure that police respond appropriately to any crime issues in the neighborhood, and keep the UHA a safe and pleasant place for all of us.

Representatives from the UHA Board and other neighborhood associations met with APD officers at a recent ...

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University Heights Association The University Heights Association (UHA) is the volunteer organization of people living, owning property, and working in the area bounded by Central on the north, Yale on the west, Garfield on the south, and Girard on the east.

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