copyright the Chronicle September 5, 2018
NEWPORT — Around 100 people attended a second meeting last week to discuss the drug problem on Third Street. That was nearly twice the number who showed up for the initial gathering two weeks earlier.
According to Colleen Moore de Ortiz, who lives on Third Street, things have changed for the better since she and other residents went to a city council meeting to complain about drug dealing in the neighborhood.
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