Tri-State Subdivision Adds Video Surveillance to the Neighborhood

A Tri-State subdivision will now be under video surveillance, recording all kinds of activity in their neighborhood.  After months of work and meetings, six cameras are set up around the entrances to the Keystone subdivision in Vanderburgh County.  The HD security system costs about $20,000 and is the first of it’s kind in Vanderburgh County.     Read the article…………….


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