The city of Xenia is making sure people buying and selling this holiday season stay safe by adding a new safe exchange area.
The community added two designated “E-Commerce” parking spaces in front of the City Administration Building, 107 E. Main St., with 24-hour surveillance.
These spaces will promote a more secure location for the public to conduct exchanges from online transactions.
“I think it’s great. You know, it makes it easier to exchange things and feel safe,” said resident Julie Randall. “You never know when someone has the intentions to rob you or whatever.”
If you don’t have a safe exchange area in your community, police encourage people to buy or sell in a public place, tell someone where you’re going, and never invite strangers to your home.
For more information, visit www.eXploreXenia.com.
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