CHARLOTTE COUNTY — There were two times when suspicious vehicles passed through the Adorn Avenue neighborhood and it didn’t sit well with homeowners. It was a warning sign for Valerie Van Valen, who didn’t want to see the wrong element start to get comfortable in a place she cherished so deeply, so she decided to do something about it.
At the first meeting in the Van Valen home, there were 15 like-minded neighbors who felt as passionately about the issue as Van Valen did. They wanted their way of life to remain both safe and viable, and they also wanted to take care of themselves, to be responsible for their own homes. It was then that the Adorn Avenue Neighborhood Alliance was born.
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